White House wants Senate's AHCA vote by July 28

The Trump administration said it wants the Senate to pass the AHCA before the Congressional August recess so lawmakers can focus on tax reform after Labor Day, according to CNBC.

 Though multiple voices within the GOP have been wary to make promises about passage of the AHCA, the White House is pressing legislators to pass the bill as soon as possible and focus on other items on the legislative agenda.

The House passed the AHCA on May 4. The Congressional Budget Office has estimated that, as the bill is currently written, up to 23 million Americans could lose their insurance coverage if the plan is enacted.

Congress will break for recess July 28 and reconvene Sept. 5. 

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