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1. SETTING BUDGET TERMS FOR HEALTH-LAW REPEAL

On this vote, the Senate adopted the budget framework for a GOP-sponsored bill that would dismantle the Affordable Care Act. The rules allowed the Senate to repeal the law's tax and spending provisions (including its Medicaid expansion) by simple majority votes, thus averting Democratic-led filibusters.

(Roll Call #26 12-Jan-17 S Con Res 3)

1. Set Budget Terms for Health Law Repeal (12-Jan-17 S Con Res 3) 1. SETTING BUDGET TERMS FOR HEALTH-LAW REPEAL

On this vote, the Senate adopted the budget framework for a GOP-sponsored bill that would dismantle the Affordable Care Act. The rules allowed the Senate to repeal the law's tax and spending provisions (including its Medicaid expansion) by simple majority votes, thus averting Democratic-led filibusters.

(Roll Call #26 12-Jan-17 S Con Res 3)

2. Start Debate on Affordable Care Act Repeal (25-Jul-17 HR 1628) 2. STARTING DEBATE ON AFFORDABLE CARE ACT REPEAL

On this vote, the Senate agreed to start debate on a House-passed bill that was the legislative vehicle for later votes on a Republican plan to dismantle the 2010 health law.

(Roll Call #167 25-Jul-17 HR 1628)

3. Allow States to Offer Diluted Plans (25-Jul-17 HR 1628) 3. ALLOWING STATES TO OFFER DILUTED HEALTH PLANS

On this vote, the Senate failed to advance an amendment that sought, in part, to allow health insurance companies to market low-cost, bare-bones policies in states where they also offer at least one policy compliant with the Affordable Care Act.

(Roll Call #168 25-Jul-17 HR 1628)

4. Adopt Most Complete Repeal Proposal (26-Jul-17 HR 1628) 4. ADOPTING MOST COMPLETE REPEAL PROPOSAL

On this vote, the Senate failed to advance what was the most extensive pending attack on the Affordable Care. In part, the measure sought to end premium subsidies in ACA exchanges and roll back the expansion of Medicaid eligibility then underway in 31 states.

(Roll Call #169 26-Jul-17 HR 1628)

5. Prohibit Scale-Back of Medicaid (26-Jul-17 HR 1628) 5. PROHIBITING SCALE-BACK OF MEDICAID

On this vote, the Senate defeated a Democratic bid to remove language from the GOP repeal bill that would convert Medicaid to a state-run program with only minimal federal oversight and prevent states from expanding Medicaid eligibility under the Affordable Care Act.

(Roll Call #170 26-Jul-17 HR 1628)

6. Repeal Affordable Care Act (28-Jul-17 HR 1628) 6. REPEALING AFFORDABLE CARE ACT

On this vote, the Senate defeated a GOP-sponsored measure to repeal most of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) without providing a replacement law, thus ending a seven-year effort by congressional Republicans to take down the law they named Obamacare. John McCain, R-Ariz., cast the deciding vote to preserve the law.(Roll Call #179 28-Jul-17 HR 1628)

7. Block Trump Weakening of Health Law (10-Oct-18 SJ Res 63) 7. OPPOSING TRUMP RULE TO WEAKEN HEALTH LAW

On this vote, the Senate turned back a bid by Democrats to overturn a Trump administration rule under which states could authorize the sale of short-term health insurance lacking some or all of the Affordable Care Act's "essential health benefits."

(Roll Call #226 10-Oct-18 SJ Res 63)

8. Block Trump Order on Diluted Coverage (30-Oct-19 SJ Res 52) 8. OPPOSING TRUMP ORDER ON DILUTED HEALTH PLANS

On this vote, the Senate turned back a bid by Democrats to prohibit Trump administration waivers under which state-run insurance exchanges could offer diluted versions of the coverage required by the Affordable Care Act.

(Roll Call #337 30-Oct-19 SJ Res 52)

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