With just hours to go until voting could begin on a new Republican bill to roll back the Affordable Care Act, GOP senators emerged from another strategy session Thursday afternoon with no agreement on what that plan should be.
Several Republican lawmakers sounded increasingly downbeat about the prospects for the so-called skinny repeal, a streamlined version to scale back the 2010 healthcare law, often called Obamacare.
"I don’t know if the end is going to be fat or skinny or anorexic or bulimic,” said Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.).
Some began to doubt whether any plan would win a Senate majority. “I don’t see anything passing,’’ Sen. Orrin Hatch, (R-Utah) told...