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Vote on new social services US for the surgery, McCain again postponed

Vote on new social services US for the surgery, McCain again postponed

The vote in the U.s. Senate about the new social services that Obamacare must be replaced, it is again delayed. Us senator John McCain may not be present because of a surgery.

The Republican has successful a blood clot of about five inches above his left eye to remove.

The Republicans in the Senate suggested at the end of June even though a planned vote on the social services. That decision came after the announcement of at least five Republicans to go against the law will vote.

Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader of the Senate, has 50 yes votes needed to get the new law through. Currently the Republicans a narrow majority in the Senate with 52 seats versus 48 Democrats.

Two Republican senators were already know to vote no, what McCain is going to vote is not known.

See also:
Health insurance companies USA call proposed social services ‘unworkable’

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