Republicans in the Senate’s upper chamber are swiftly prepping for a vote on legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare as soon as next week, Politico reported on Saturday.
Sources say the legislative text could be finished by the end of this week, and potentially brought to the floor if response from GOP senators is positive.
GOP leaders have emphasized that they hope to pass the repeal before their July 4th recess.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has organized a 13-person committee to rewrite the House-passed measure after taking criticism from President Trump last week.
If the legislation passes through the upper chamber, it will then be returned to the House of Representatives for another vote.
Democrats are planning to use stall-tactics in protest of the GOP’s methods in drafting the bill, which have included various means of avoiding Democrat protests and stall-tactics.