Senate Republicans pull Graham-Cassidy health care bill

Christina Gregg, AOL.com
The U.S. Senate will not vote on the GOP's Graham-Cassidy bill after leadership decided on Tuesday to pull the legislation intended to replace Obamacare as national health care law, according to CNN.

The U.S. Senate will not vote on the GOP's Graham-Cassidy bill after leadership decided on Tuesday to pull the legislation intended to replace Obamacare as national health care law, according to CNN.

CNN, citing three unnamed sources, reports that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell delivered the decision in a closed-door meeting Tuesday afternoon after multiple Republican senators -- including Senators Susan Collins and John McCain -- voiced their opposition to the bill.