WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A member of the Republican House team trying to win support to pass a bill dismantling Obamacare said on Friday that the “next votes” needed would be the hardest to come by.
“The next votes we need to get will be the hardest,” Rep. Rodney Davis told MSNBC.
When asked if Republican leaders could withdraw the bill if they don’t get enough votes to pass, Davis said: “That is not something that we are discussing at this time. We fully intend to have that vote today and we have the full intention of making sure the vote passes. “
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