- Republican Sens. S.ey Moore Capito W.Va. and Susan Collins Maine said on Tuesday that they will not support moving forward with the plan to repeal ObamaCare with a delayed replacement.. - The proposal by Sens. Lindsay Graham and Bill C.idy comes after GOP Senate leaders have floundered in efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare.. - If Republicans lose these two senators, they can 't afford to lose even one more from their own party. Two other senators are noncommittal: Then, Sens. Lisa Murkowski R-AK and John McCain R-AZ , are also undecided. And both of them voted against the repeal effort in July, so it 's clear they 're willing to . - Lisa Murkowski R-Alaska , one of the three Senate Republicans who voted against the "skinny repeal" in July, along with Susan Collins Maine and John McCain Ariz. . Murkowski told HuffPost Republicans can lose only two GOP votes if they 're to even advance this bill to the House. That means they .
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Republican Sens. S.ey Moore Capito W.Va. and Susan Collins Maine said on Tuesday that they will not support moving forward with the plan to repeal ObamaCare .
How Each Senator Voted on Obamacare Repeal The Senate rejected a third Republican proposal to repeal the the Senate voted against two .
Murkowski attracted Trump's ire earlier Wednesday when she and Collins voted against even allowing debate on GOP legislation to repeal much of the Affordable Care Act. The final tally was 51-50, with Vice President Pence breaking the tie..
UPDATE: Two Republican senators have added their names to the list of GOP lawmakers opposing the latest version of the bill to repeal and replace much of the .