Republican Senate leaders on Tuesday delayed a vote on the party’s controversial replacement for Obamacare until after July 4 amid a frantic effort to round up enough votes and avert an embarrassing defeat.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell had hoped to hold a vote before the holiday, but Republicans lack enough support for a bill that’s been criticized by both the moderate and conservative wings of the party.
PG View: That means that the balance of the President’s agenda is delayed as well. The stock market doesn’t like it . . .