The House of Representatives has officially passed the bill to repeal Obamacare.
This bill still has to pass the Senate, where it’s expected to face stiff opposition, even from Republican Senators. Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, for instance, has spoken out against the rushed pace with which the House approached the bill prior to its passage.
Still, Trumpcare faced formidable obstacles in the House, having eventually overcome those. Thus, it’s far from certain that it’ll die in the Senate just because a couple of big names oppose it.
Should it become law, an estimated 14 million people will lose their health coverage in the next year alone, all in the name of “cutting costs.”