The GOP will likely vote on the GOP health care bill by Thursday.
The Senate must vote by Friday on the bill.
If the bill fails, the party will likely have to go through the same process again.
Republicans must hold two votes to pass a bill, and the Senate will vote on two votes.
Republicans would then be able to attach the legislation to an unrelated bill that could then be considered by the House of Representatives.
The House would then have to vote on that as well.
This is a very dangerous process, said Mark Lemley, the deputy chief strategist for the conservative Heritage Action for America.
If Republicans lose two votes in the House, they are stuck with the bill that failed in the previous Congress, he said.
It’s not clear how much of the bill Democrats will support.
And even if they vote against the legislation, they will be in a bind because there will not be a final bill in the new Congress.
A few Republicans say the new leadership team, led by Vice President Mike Pence, should get back to the basics of health care.
They have been working to repeal and replace Obamacare and are now focusing on the 2018 midterm elections.
They also say that they have been getting much more attention from Democrats than Republicans during the Obamacare repeal process, and that they are making progress.
However, they have yet to make any significant gains on their own.
That could change in the coming weeks.