On Tuesday, the White House reported that many Republican lawmakers from the House Freedom Caucus said they are close to agreeing on a new healthcare legislation. Reportedly, three representatives from the hard-line group said they were ready to support the newly tweaked bill.

Republican bill will not fully replace Obamacare

However, according to anonymous sources, the new Health Care Bill will not fully replace ex-President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare bill, which is referred to as Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act. The White House spokesperson has identified Reps.

Mark Meadows (R-N. C.), Raúl R. Labrador (R-Idaho) and Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), as the senators from the Freedom Caucus that are in full support of the Republican bill.

The three Senators are the central figures that have moved the latest discussion forward and according to confidential sources, they had signaled that they were in full support of the tweaked bill. However, other key senators of the House Freedom Caucus had not discussed if they were for, or against the revised measures in the new bill.

Conservatives are ready to back new healthcare bill

Meanwhile, Senator Meadows declined to issue a public statement until after the Freedom Caucus members have further discussion on the issues. However, he praised the co-chairperson Rep.

Tom MacArthur (R-N. J.), and Greg Walden (R-Ore.), the House Energy and Commerce Chairman for the role they played in trying to get the needed votes to approve the new measures. Senator Meadows in his interview said he was very supportive of Chairman Walden and Tom MacArthur for the effort they displayed during the hotly debated topic.

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Rep. Raúl R. Labrador (R-Idaho) said that he may have supported the revised package, but will not make his decision public. However, according to several sources, the Freedom Caucus House will meet again to elaborate further on the final decision. Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.), who is also a Freedom Caucus member, did not openly voice his support for the bill, however, he said, the bill seems to be headed in the right direction.

Franks said he will make his final decision after a further review of the legislative text.

House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) spokeswoman also reiterated that the senator had not ruled out a vote this week for the new health care bill. Ashlee Strong stated that Senator Ryan’s top priority right now is making sure that a measure is passed to keep the U.S. government funded. But if the healthcare bill reaches a consensus, the house would quickly move to get the law enacted.