With the vote scheduled for today, a handful of California’s 14 Republican members of Congress are still weighing how to vote on the GOP plan to undo and replace parts of the Affordable Care Act.
California’s 38 House Democrats have lined up pretty firmly against the bill, as have most of the chamber’s Democrats, so Republicans are on their own to pass the bill. House Republicans can afford to lose around 20 members and still pass it with a simple majority.
Constituents are flooding House offices with calls today, and both conservative and liberal interest groups are pushing reticent members to vote no.
More than half of California’s Republicans have said they’ll vote...