Senate Republicans are set to come back from a weeklong recess facing dimming chances to pass their stalled healthcare legislation.
Continued public pressure and few concrete solutions have left the Better Care Reconciliation Act seemingly further away from passage than it was before the July 4 break.
A week in which lawmakers faced pressure from constituents at home has left the legislation's math on the wrong side of passage, as moderates and conservatives continue to disagree about fundamental issues within the bill.
On Sunday, many Republicans openly questioned whether the GOP could deliver on a bill before the August recess.
Sen. Chuck Grassley, who in meetings last week expressed misgivings about the current form of the BCRA, used Twitter to express displeasure with the current state of affairs in the healthcare debate.
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52 Republicazn senators shld be ashamed that we have not passed health reform by now WE WONT BE ASHAMED WE WILL GO FROM MAJORITY TO MINORITY— ChuckGrassley (@ChuckGrassley) July 9, 2017