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>> Republican lawmakers heading home Friday after passing a health care overhaul in the House of Representatives. Many of them likely to face this.>> We're not gonna go without a fight.>> Some constituents are worried the health care bill will cut coverage for Americans with preexisting conditions.
Others are outraged the House held a vote before many representatives even took the time to read it, or before the Congressional Budget Office was able to estimate how much the bill would cost and how many people might stand to gain or lose coverage. All questions lawmakers will face as they head home for a ten-day recess.
Michigan Congressman Fred Upton, who's amendment to the Republican health care plan seen as instrumental in helping the bill squeak through the House, will get this reception.>> The whole issue of preexisting conditions and states being able to get waivers to circumvent that is, It's a big deal for me.
>> Wisconsin representative Sean Duffy will face these constituents.>> I told Congressman Duffy, we the taxpayers cover his family of ten with quality health insurance. Has he ever, ever acknowledged our contribution to him and to his family?>> The Republican health care plan has a ways to go before it becomes law, facing hurdles in the U.S. Senate.
>> The bill's been out for less than 24 hours, no amendments, debated for 3 or 4 hours. Any time you have a process like this, it hasn't been scored, you got to be suspicious of the outcome.>> Regardless of whether the bill lands on President Trump's desk, the question for many Republicans is, will their votes come back to haunt them in the 2018 mid-term elections