How the GOP’s Obamacare repeal plan is a gift to the pharmaceutical industry

The House of Representatives on Thursday voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act, an act President Donald Trump has called the “greatest scam in history.”

But it is unclear what the Senate will do.

It’s unclear how many Republicans support the legislation, which includes sweeping changes to the healthcare system.

The bill, called the American Health Care Act (AHCA), is a bill with a number of flaws that could have disastrous consequences for millions of Americans and could even trigger a third-world health pandemic.

The AHCA is a massive piece of legislation, covering nearly 1,000 pages.

It was rushed through Congress by the GOP to avoid a shutdown and avoid the threat of a Democratic filibuster.

But Republicans are still negotiating with Democratic leaders, and the bill could still be revised to include a number more changes to healthcare.

And a new study released Thursday says that the AHCA could leave millions of people uninsured.

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Ted Cruz and Mike Lee, the two most conservative Republicans in the Senate, voted against the AHC.

They were joined by Sen. Lisa Murkowski, a Republican from Alaska, who is facing re-election next year.

The Senate bill was passed with a vote of 217 to 217, and Trump tweeted shortly after the vote: “This is the worst healthcare bill in the history of the United States.

This is a total and complete disaster.”

The Senate is expected to take up the AHCE on Friday morning.

A Republican aide told CNN the vote will be close.

But the bill was still under negotiation before the vote.

On Thursday, a bipartisan group of senators from both parties released a statement saying they would support the AHCC and would hold hearings to evaluate its impact on the health of Americans.

The House passed the AHA last week with a similar bill.

But it failed to get the necessary 60 votes to overcome a filibuster, and it was unable to get a vote on the Senate version because of a Republican filibuster.

The bipartisan group that released the statement said the AHACA “simply is not good for the American people, as it will likely leave many of the very people it seeks to help uninsured and vulnerable.”

The group also called on lawmakers to “immediately enact a full repeal of the ACA, and hold hearings into its effects on the American healthcare system and the future of the Affordable Health Care Law.”

Democrats in the House are trying to change the Senate bill to include an alternative to the AHFC.

This bill would include a refundable tax credit to help people purchase insurance.

The Congressional Budget Office estimated the AHBC could cause up to 11 million people to lose insurance over a decade.

The CBO also said that the bill would lead to an estimated 24 million people being left uninsured over the same period.

The CBO also predicted that the tax credit would cost $100 billion over 10 years and would cost at least $1.5 trillion over 20 years.

But critics say the tax credits were included to help pay for the AHHC.