>> They've tried and failed several times already, but Republicans in Washington mounting one last ditch attempt to roll back former President Barrack Obama's signature Affordable Care Act. The new plan hatched by Senators Bill Cassidy and Lindsey Graham turns over many key health decisions to the state giving them a set amount of federal money to run their own programs.
It would also eliminate central aspects of Obamacare, like expanded coverage for the poor and subsidies for private insurance.>> We can tell you exactly what this costs, it's about $1.2 trillion and we pay for it by leaving taxes on the wealthy in place, something a lot of conservatives don't like, including me.
>> But Republicans are running out of time. They would need to get their bill passed in the Senate and the House before the end of the month. That's when budget rules expire that currently allow them to pass the bill without any Democratic votes. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell says he's open to moving ahead if the votes are there but he's still wary after his earlier attempt to repeal Obamacare collapsed in spectacular fashion in July, bringing a Trump Twitter storm down on his head.
Meanwhile, Democrats trying to drum up public opposition to the new bill. Democratic Senate leader Chuck Schumer saying he'll explore every single option to stop it.>> Help me get 50 votes.>> Senators Cassidy and Graham have yet to lock up the 50 votes they need to pass their bill, setting up a frantic final push as Republicans try one last time to deliver on their promise to repeal Obamacare.