House Freedom Caucus chairman: ‘We still have major concerns’ with Obamacare replacement bill


While House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows announced earlier this week that members of the caucus will not be bound to vote against the GOP Obamacare replacement legislation, he says a number of the members, himself included, have serious reservations about the bill.

USA Today has the details:

But just because they were given the OK to vote however they chose didn’t mean everyone was ready to vote yes. Several Freedom Caucus members, including Meadows, said late Monday they still expect most of the group will vote “no.”

“I think we still have major concerns with this bill,” Meadows said after the Freedom Caucus met for their weekly meeting

If there aren’t many major changes to the bill “that means the bill is going to fail,” said Rep. Raul Labrador, R-Idaho. “I’m confident.”

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