Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said there will be a “discussion draft” outline of the health care bill by Thursday, and a finalized bill shortly after that. It really looks like the Republican Senate might have a vote on a health care bill before the Fourth of July recess. A little independence from Obamacare.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell confirmed he expects to have a “discussion draft” of legislation to roll back the 2010 health care law available Thursday.
McConnell said the public will “have plenty of time” to review the discussion draft. While he didn’t specify how long the GOP will give for the public to review the language, under the reconciliation rules it appears there will be about a week.
That’s assuming release Thursday morning, as McConnell said he planned.
“I do find it particularly laughable the complaints about process,” the Kentucky Republican said