'Skinny' repeal -- July 28, 2017
An early morning vote to scrap Obamacare's individual and employer mandates, as well as its medical device tax, but keep in place other aspects of the 2010 law, most notably its Medicaid expansion. Rejected 49-51, with all Democrats and three Republicans voting against.
Repeal and delay -- July 26, 2017
A vote to repeal large swaths of Obamacare and delay implementation for two years as lawmakers presumably settle on a replacement. Rejected 45-55, with seven Republicans and all 48 Democrats against.
Senate GOP replacement + Cruz plan + Medicaid money -- July 25, 2017
A late-night vote on the Senate's revised Obamacare replacement bill, with Texas Sen. Ted Cruz's proposal to allow insurers to sell cheaper, bare-bones health plans and a provision backed by moderate Republicans to set aside an additional $100 million for states to help people losing their Medicaid coverage. Rejected 43-57, with nine Republicans and all Democrats against. Proposal needed 60 votes to pass.
-- July 25, 2017
An up-or-down vote on whether to kick off debate on a GOP health care rewrite. Passed the chamber 51-50 after Vice President Mike Pence cast the tie-breaking vote. Two Republicans voted against the effort, as did every Democrat.
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