Daily Signal by Kelsey Harknes --
In the aftermath of the House GOP’s health care bill being pulled
from a vote Friday, conservatives vowed to continue working with the
fractured Republican conference toward health care reform.
“This is not the end of the debate,” Mark Meadows, a Republican from
North Carolina and chairman of the House Freedom Caucus, said on ABC’s
“This Week.” President Donald Trump, he added, “will deliver” on health
Republicans had scheduled a long-awaited vote Friday on the American
Health Care Act, a bill that would have partially repealed Obamacare.
But after failing to win the support of members of the Freedom Caucus,
along with some centrist Republicans, House Speaker Paul Ryan pulled the
The Freedom Caucus is a group of roughly 40 conservative lawmakers in
the House. Its members, including Meadows, vocally opposed the proposal
because they didn’t believe it would lower insurance premiums, among
other concerns. The bill had the support of Ryan and the Trump