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The long-awaited GOP Senate draft of the American Health Care Act has finally been unveiled. Here is what's different from the version which passed the House in May. (Photo: iStock)

Senate Republican leaders will unveil a closely held plan to replace Obamacare on Thursday that includes a longer transition period than a House-passed bill, though there’s no indication they have enough support for it to pass in a vote that could come as early as next week.

The plan will differ from the legislation passed in May by the House in some key ways, including a three-year phase-out of Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion beginning in 2020, according to a person familiar with the plan that was outlined to key congressional aides Wednesday night. 

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