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The US Senate will vote next week on proceeding to a bill that repeals the Affordable Care Act without a ready replacement plan, the chamber's top Republican has said.
"At the request of the president and vice president and after consulting with our members, we will have the vote on the motion to proceed to the Obamacare repeal bill early next week," Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said.
The measure contains a two-year delay, designed to provide lawmakers with sufficient time to craft an Obamacare replacement plan.
Two years ago a similar straight repeal was passed by Congress, but vetoed by then-president Barack Obama.
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office warned at the time that repealing Obamacare would boot a staggering 32 million people off health care by 2026, compared to current law.
originally posted by: allsee4eye
So here it is folks. They are afraid Obamacare crash will usher in single payer like every other modern nation has.