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Sen. McCain's Recovery From Blood Clot Surgery Threatens GOP Health Care Vote

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Monday, 17 July 2017 ()

The imperiled Senate health care bill hit an unexpected hurdle over the weekend with a health scare that is keeping GOP Sen. John McCain home in Arizona. Without his vote, the bill cannot pass.
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News video: McCain surgery delays health bill vote

McCain surgery delays health bill vote 05:41

The Senate health bill faces an uncertain future. The vote is delayed while Sen. John McCain recovers from blood clot surgery. Politico health care reporter Jennifer Haberkorn joins CBSN with the latest.

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