Senator John McCain says he isn't on board yet with the latest GOP attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act. The Arizona Republican said yesterday he has the same reservations that caused him to cast the deciding no vote against an Obamacare repeal measure in July.
Republicans have less than two weeks to repeal the health insurance law by a simple majority. McCain insisted again yesterday that the Senate go through what's called regular order. That means holding hearings, adopting amendments, and presenting a bill to the full Senate, where it would need 60 votes to pass.