The House bill would reduce taxes by around $1 trillion over the coming decade, the budget office said, largely on higher income people and health care industry firms.

In the Shawnee County delegation, those voting for the House bill were Republican Reps.

While that's not chump change, Bernal says the Senate bill also undermined changes the House made to try to address funding inadequacies.

McConnell cryptically said on Tuesday that Republicans will soon unveil their health care legislation. But with the CBO affirming the House bill as a non-starter in the Senate, and Portman struggling to bring his conservative colleagues in his direction, the Cassidy-Collins option could emerge as the de-facto compromise.

Senator John Thune (R-SD), also in Senate leadership, wants to vote before the chamber leaves in August.

"I'm encouraged by the discussion we've had with Chairman [Phil] King today", Representative Rafael Anchia (D-Dallas), referencing the bill's Republican House sponsor, said just before full debate began. "That would be my guess". "The challenge for Republicans is that the party doesn't generally believe in forcing people to buy things they don't like (and if you haven't noticed, most healthy young people don't like super pricey health care plans) and that makes it hard to get a decent CBO score". He added, "I hope we can". Bills that come out of conference committees are not subject to amendment and can only be voted up or down. A much-anticipated congressional analysis of the bill was released Wednesday.

Congressional estimates show that the tax cuts in the House Republicans' health care package have shrunk by $69 billion. September will become swamped with priority issues such as avoiding a government shutdown, funding a southern border wall, and a comprehensive investment in America's infrastructure.

The health care bill Republicans recently pushed through the House would leave 23 million more Americans without insurance and confront others who have costly medical conditions with coverage that could prove unaffordable, Congress' official budget analysts said Wednesday. The House upheld that ruling on a lopsided voice vote.

Democrats urged lawmakers to think about that reputation as they debated the new voter ID proposal that would bring Texas in line with a federal judge's 2016 order, which created avenues for people to still vote even if they didn't have a government-issued photo ID, as the defunct 2011 law required. "So far, they've tried to stop everything". Other senators are pushing for something similar to the House bill that cuts the program and has a quick draw down of the expansion. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) and Susan Collins (R-ME), nor marginalizing conservatives such as Rand Paul (R-KY), Ted Cruz (R-TX), or Mike Lee (R-UT). Republican leaders are watching closely not only just to be able to say their bill saves money, but to make sure the CBO confirms it hits the $2 billion savings goal laid out by the budget committee. "And I think that's why our Republican colleagues are having such trouble putting together their own bill".