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Senate GOP releases ACA repeal bill, delays vote

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On Thursday, June 22, Senate Republicans revealed their long-promised bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Facing criticism for the bill from both parties, Senate Republicans fight to earn enough support to pass the vote. Originally set to go to vote the last week of June, the vote has been delayed until after the July 4th recess. The proposed bill would make significant cuts to Medicaid, provide a capital-gains tax cut to the upper class, and allow states the option to drop many health care benefits required by the ACA.