Good morning. This is really happening: Two House committees are going to take up the Obamacare repeal and replacement bills tomorrow, and if this actually gets to President Trump's desk, Republicans are going to own whatever happens next. Note that we said "if." Keep an eye on the conservatives — and the Republicans from states that expanded Medicaid.

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What we're watching today: The Americans, of course. Oh, and House Ways and Means Committee chairman Kevin Brady and Energy and Commerce Committee chairman Greg Walden press conference on Obamacare repeal, 11 am Eastern.

What we're watching this week: House Ways and Means Committee and Energy and Commerce Committee markups of the the Obamacare repeal bills, both Wednesday. In your spare time, you can also catch a House Appropriations Labor/HHS subcommittee hearing, also Wednesday.

What we're watching next week: House Budget Committee is expected to mark up the budget "reconciliation" package with Obamacare repeal and replacement, assuming Ways and Means and Energy and Commerce approve their pieces.

Thanks for reading, and if you find any surprises in the health care bills, let me know: