The U.S. House of Representatives voted in favor of repealing the Affordable Care Act by a narrow four-vote margin, putting into motion the revamped Affordable Health Care Act to head towards the U.S. Senate. According to critics of the new plan, millions could lose health care they’re currently receiving under the current law.
A repeal of the health care law that was enacted under the reign of President Barack Obama has been a focus of President Donald Trump and others on the Right who see the act as flawed. After an earlier version of the Trump-endorsed version of the health care act was dismissed by both Republicans and Democrats, changes were made to appeal to moderate House GOP members who were on the fence.
The vote, which President Donald Trump was planning to tout as a big victory, sends the Republican-sponsored bill to gut Obamacare to the Senate for consideration.
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