The latest: Our colleague Caitlin Owens is hearing that the Senate parliamentarian is set to deliver her verdict on the GOP's health care bill today, deciding how much of it — if any — will need to be tossed out because of the Senate's budget rules.
Why this matters: The parliamentarian's rulings could significantly alter the bill's political prospects, either by forcing out regulatory rollbacks and abortion restrictions that were key to winning over conservative senators, or by challenging some of the one-off giveaways to moderates.
Note: We're not expecting a public announcement today, just a briefing with senators.
Meanwhile: Senators left town for the weekend without seeming to move any closer to a deal to pass anything — and also without a ton of consistency just within their own statements and policy positions. Some have flip-flopped on whether Congress should simply repeal the bill, or repeal it and replace it at the same time. Others have slammed its tax cuts, then complained they haven't gone far enough.
It's been hard to keep up, but Caitlin compiled some of the most notable reversals. Check it out.