There have been rumblings a discussion draft for the Affordable Care Act repeal bill is circulating, but opposition toward a Republican-crafted health care law continues to mount — and not just from the usual suspects.  

According to The Hill, the American Health Care Act originally had 38 percent voter approval when it passed in the House on May 4, but that has now dipped to 35 percent. As for those who disapprove, the Politico/Morning Consult poll showed 44 percent weren't fans back in May, rising to 49 percent voter disapproval this week.

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