US House committee approves Republican healthcare bill

The US House Rules Committee has approved a Republican healthcare bill ahead of a planned vote on the legislation by the entire chamber.

The House will vote later on Thursday on the Republican bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, setting up a dramatic moment that could give Trump the significant legislative victory he’s been seeking.

Despite being approved in the House committee, the bill should go through the Senate as well, where there is significant opposition on its way to become a law.

House majority Leader Kevin McCarthy predicted the long-south legislation would pass the chamber on Thursday.

While top Republicans are very confident, no Democrats support the revision.

US speaker of the House, Paul Ryan speaks at a press conference on repealing Obama Care and its replacement at the US Capitol on January 10, 2017. (photo by AFP)

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi blasted the bill and decision to the Thursday vote .

Therefore, the chances this bill…

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