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The New York Times (7/25, A1, Pear, Kaplan, Subscription Publication) reports that on Tuesday, by a narrow margin, the Senate voted to initiate “debate on a bill to repeal major provisions of the Affordable Care Act, taking a pivotal step forward after the dramatic return of Senator John McCain, who cast a crucial vote despite his diagnosis of brain cancer.” The article says the 51-50 vote occurred just one “week after the Republican effort to dismantle a pillar of former President Barack Obama’s legacy appeared all but doomed.” The piece adds that despite clearing this hurdle, it remains to be seen if Senate Republicans will have enough votes to pass an ACA repeal bill.
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