Capitol Report: How Republicans plan to vote on the health bill, which won’t be scored by CBO

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House Republicans, led by Speaker Paul Ryan, are taking another vote on their Obamacare repeal-and-replace bill on Thursday.

The House of Representatives is planning to vote Thursday on a revised bill to replace the Affordable Care Act, with Republican leaders showing confidence the measure will pass. But if 23 or more Republicans vote against it, it won’t.

The New York Times has a tally of where lawmakers stand on the bill, which would replace Obamacare subsidies with tax credits largely tied to age. The Times’ latest count has a total of 18 House Republicans being against the bill, not enough for it to fail.

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