The House-approved American Health Care Act now heads to the Senate, where Republicans have signaled they could spend the next few weeks crafting their own plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
The bill, which among its other provisions would significantly cut Medicaid funding, now goes to the Senate, where it might face even more difficulty winning passage in its current form.
Following Thursday's House vote to approve the Republican plan to repeal and replace large portions of the Affordable Care Act, American Health Line breaks down what you need to know about the Congressional Budget Office—and the controversy around its House Republicans' decision to vote on the GOP bill without an updated "score."
Several moderate Republicans say they will not support the latest version of the American Health Care Act because of how it would affect individuals with pre-existing medical conditions.
It has been just over two weeks since the House voted pass the American Health Care Act, but House Republicans have yet to send their bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act to the Senate—and industry experts say the looming Congressional Budget Office score could prompt a re-vote.