Capitol Report: What Republican health proposals remain after one vote failed | Ousting Mueller would be inappropriate: poll

Senate Republicans, led by Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, right, have two more major health-care proposals to consider after one failed to get enough votes on Tuesday night.

One version of Republicans’ bid to repeal and replace Obamacare failed in the Senate Tuesday, but the party has more on deck, as the New York Times reports.

The version that was rejected included an amendment that would have allowed insurers to sell plans that don’t comply with current insurance rules. It also left in place two taxes on higher-income earners.

Still remaining are a bill to partially repeal the Affordable Care Act — commonly known as Obamacare — and what’s known as a “skinny” repeal, which would eliminate Obamacare’s penalties for individuals who don’t have insurance and for companies that don’t offer it, but would make no changes to the law’s Medicaid program.

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