Good morning ... Senate Republicans are set to release their revised health care bill today. Drink once every time a senator says "I haven't had a chance to read the bill yet" and twice for every "I'm waiting for the CBO score." If Dean Heller and Susan Collins say they're still opposed, finish your drink and buy one for Mitch McConnell.

Don't forget to check the Axios health care news stream throughout the day for, you know, news.

What we're watching today: Look for Senate bill 1.1 to post online around 11:30 a.m. Eastern, and the new Medicare trustees report comes out this afternoon. Sen. Lindsey Graham may put out his own health care proposal, too.

Also, House Appropriations Labor-HHS subcommittee marks up the HHS funding bill, because why not? 4:30 p.m. Eastern. Livestream here. And House Ways and Means Committee marks up bipartisan bills to update Medicare Part B and reauthorize the Medicare Special Needs Plans program, 2 p.m. Eastern.

What we're watching next week: The Senate passes its health care bill. Or doesn't.

Also, UnitedHealth Group and Johnson & Johnson kick off second-quarter earnings season, Tuesday, July 18. House Energy and Commerce oversight subcommittee hearing on the 340B drug discount program, Tuesday, July 18.