A congressional vote on an updated Republican health care plan may not come for weeks as House of Representative and Senate leaders continue negotiations regarding potential proposals, Reuters reports.
Any vote on healthcare legislation would be determined by Republican congressional leaders and when they have enough votes to pass a plan, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said today.
Last week, President Trump said he was in no rush for a vote.
The GOP's original health care bill failed to garner enough support to bring it to a vote on the floor of the House in March.
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