Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will delay the vote on the GOP healthcare bill. The vote will be postponed until after the July 4th recess, according to aides that have confirmed the delay. According to some reports, McConnell intends to seek changes to the bill.
The delay comes after concerns were voiced over the bill’s Congressional Budget Office review, which says millions may be unable to afford coverage.
JUST IN: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell delaying vote on GOP health care bill until after July 4th recess, aides confirm to @ABC.
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