After more than 60 votes and seven years of promises, Republicans offered their long-awaited plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Now, the real work begins. Republicans must navigate a complicated path to turn their 123-page proposal from legislation to law.
A look at the process and the politics:
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
Republicans have set an aggressive timetable for moving the bill.
Two House committees — Ways and Means and Energy and Commerce — plan to take up the legislation on Wednesday. Republican leaders hope the committees will approve the measure this week, allowing the full House to pass the bill before lawmakers leave for...