Republican Senators are once again attempting to get the votes necessary to repeal and replace Obamacare. In short, the Graham-Cassidy Health Care Bill would repeal Obamacare and replace it with a plan than would get rid of the individual mandate, keep most of Obamacare's taxes, and block grant the money to the states so the states can decide how to proceed with covering individuals. Republicans are up against a deadline of next week though and they can't afford to lose many more Republican votes.

Already, Senator Rand Paul has said he is a no vote. All eyes will be on a set of names we've heard before; McCain, Collins, and Murkowski. Lose two more votes and the bill is dead.

Do you think Republicans in the Senate will pass this new bill?