Save My Care says the campaign will include a mix of TV and digital advertising, costing more than a half million dollars.

Collins and a group of other Senate Republicans had already expressed concerns about the original version of the House bill, initially floated in March. Chief among them: a guarantee of paying the same amount for coverage regardless of health history.

Influential South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said: "Like y'all, I'm still waiting to see if it's a boy or a girl".

"The Senate will now finish work on our bill, but will take the time to get it right", said Sen. The House vote came hours after Trump signed an order to promote religious expression.

Himes said he'd talked to anxious health care providers, including executives at Stamford Hospital and the Norwalk Community Health Center.

Ever since enactment of the Affordable Care Act - sometimes called Obamacare - in 2010, Republicans have pushed to repeal the law, the largest expansion of health care in 50 years.

Rep. David Cicilline said the passage of the new bill was the "cruelest and most immoral thing" the GOP had done to the American people. It is beyond sad that this is what passes for a "win" for President Donald Trump and the Republican majority in Congress.

The group, American Action Network, says its ad buy will focus on key elements of the American Health Care Act. Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, a fellow Republican.

Critics of the MacArthur Amendment claim that the waiver provisions could be catastrophic for people with pre-existing conditions in waiver states.

House members passed a bill they had only a few days to review. Which means they made too much money to qualify for Obamacare subsidies, or had to switch from a cheap catastrophe-only plan to a more comprehensive one.

Pregnancy, sexual assault and domestic violence could be considered "pre-existing conditions" that make it hard to keep insurance coverage under the Republican health care bill, according to a number of news articles and social media posts.

House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., said he was not concerned about political fallout because of the vote.

"Ultimately, people will die if this bill becomes law", Mayor Bill de Blasio said.

In the more than 30 states that had high-risk pools, net losses piled up to more than $1.2 billion in 2011, the high point of the pools before the Affordable Care Act took full effect. The House bill blocks federal payments for a year to the organization, which provides abortions but doesn't use federal funds for them by law.

Both spoke on ABC's "This Week".

No one can be certain how the average American will be affected by the health care bill approved this week by the U.S. House of Representatives.

Senators have set up a working group of about a dozen lawmakers to examine how to craft the Senate's health bill: with members ranging from Sen.

If enacted, the bill, which was narrowly passed by the House on Thursday and could face significant changes in the Senate, would significantly overhaul Medicaid.

"I don't think any individual has read the whole bill", he said.

Democrats counter that Obamacare helped 20 million Americans gain health coverage and saved thousands of lives by barring insurers from denying policies to people with pre-existing medical conditions.

She spoke on ABC's "This Week". His colleague, Illeana Ros-Lehtinen (who voted against the bill) has already announced that she will not run for office again in 2018.