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Can GOP senators get the votes needed to pass its version of the AHCA, the Better Care Reconciliation Act? (Photo: AP)

The Senate’s new Better Care Reconciliation Act bill might fail, but it could still pass.

Republicans hold just 52 seats in the Senate. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is struggling to get more conservative and more moderate Republicans to unite behind the version of the Affordable Care Act change bill released Thursday. At press time, at least eight Republican senators were publicly expressing skepticism about the idea of voting for the bill.

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