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>> The Senate poised for a procedural vote this week on their plan to repeal Obama care, but there's still no clear sign from the GOP leadership about what exactly they'll be voting on. Maine Senator Susan Collins telling CBS's Face the Nation on Sunday that members are as in the dark-
>> Voting on Tuesday.>> As anyone else.>> But we don't know whether we're going to be voting on the House bill, the first version of the Senate bill, the second version of the Senate bill. I don't think that's a good approach to facing legislation that affects millions of people and one-sixth of our economy.
>> The vote, scheduled for Tuesday, would only be to advance the bill to the floor of the Senate. Senator John Thune, a member of the leadership, telling Fox News earlier the objective is to get the bill on the floor and amended as needed. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell tight lipped since the current Senate bill died last week.
But he did vow to press on with Tuesday's vote after a public scolding from President Donald Trump. Who demanded senators get something on his desk before taking their summer break.