Republicans say this week’s health care debate may ultimately lead to a bare-bones bill.(Photo: Diego M. Radizinschi/ALM)

(Bloomberg) — Senate Republicans are gearing up to try to pass a stripped-down Obamacare repeal plan many hope won’t become law.

Instead — after going through an all-night session of chaotic amendment votes — the plan is to get a bill through the Senate and then negotiate with the House on a broader agreement to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, a number of Republican senators said Thursday.

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