McConnell defers action on health care vote

McConnell defers action on health care vote

McConnell defers action on health care vote

In Phoenix, Mayo Clinic Hospital doctors said McCain underwent a "minimally invasive" procedure to remove the almost 2-inch (5-centimeter) clot and that the surgery went "very well", a hospital statement said.

McCain's absence throws the bill's fate into doubt.

McCain has expressed concern about the healthcare bill but has not said how he would vote.

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In order to proceed, Republicans need 50 votes out of their 52-member Senate majority. All 48 Democratic senators plus two Republicans, Sen.

U.S. Senator John McCain will remain in Arizona next week to recover from surgery, just as the Senate prepares for a crucial vote on healthcare legislation that could hinge on a single "no" vote. McCain said that he would file amendments that would address concerns of leaders from his state about how the bill would affect Medicaid.

McCain, 80, had the procedure done at the Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix following an annual physical. Pathology reports are expected in the next several days.

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"Surgeons successfully removed the 5-cm blood clot during a minimally invasive craniotomy with an eyebrow incision", Mayo Clinic said in a statement.

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., leaves a meeting of GOP senators in the US capitol on June 22, when most Republican senators were given their first opportunity to look at legislation aimed at overhauling the Affordable Care Act during the closed door meeting. He is in good spirits and recovering comfortably at home with his family.

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"I have never known a man more tenacious and resilient than John McCain". "I look forward to seeing him back at work soon".

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