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>> The vote will now be on the motion for the->> Republicans and Congress once again coming up short on support within their own party for a health care overhaul. The White House had urged the legislators hold a floor vote in the House of Representatives before US President Donald Trump's 100th day in office on Saturday.
In hopes of a symbolic display of the President's promise to repeal and replace Obamacare. Advocates of repeal felt some encouragement this week when a group of hardline conservatives appeared to endorse an amendment to the bill. But moderate Republicans balked at some of the bill's changes that would've rolled back Medicaid subsidies for the poor.
And allowed states to opt out of requirements that health insurers provide coverage to people with pre-existing conditions at no extra cost. And as of Thursday, GOP leaders didn't feel confident they'd get the votes needed to clear the House. And may not have wanted a public defeat.>> We wanna go when we're ready to go.
We're working on the path to get it right. And not constrain it to some artificial deadline.>> Democrats describing it as a defeat for Republicans.>> They are in a lose-lose-lose situation. I mean, it's even Republicans who are not supporting the bill.>> It's the second failure to launch for the GOP, which nixed a vote on health care in March.