David Nather May 5, 2017
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8 things that will happen next for the AHCA

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So now it's the Senate's turn. It's not going to look like the sputtering, start-and-stop process in the House (if they're lucky), and Senate Republicans are likely to be more careful on the policies in replacing the Affordable Care Act. But they'll have to mediate the same tensions between conservatives and moderates as the House did, and it could take them weeks to put their version together.

What we know about what comes next, via Caitlin Owens: