No Senate vote on GOP health care plan until at least next week

With GOP efforts in Congress on hold to overhaul the Obama health law, Republican leaders threatened to force wayward GOP Senators to go on the record and publicly record their vote in opposition to plans to repeal chunks of the Obama health law, but such a health care showdown on the Senate floor was put off until at least early next week.

"As of today, we just simply do not have 50 senators that can agree on what ought to replace the existing law," said Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who has been unable to solve what he called the 'Rubik's Cube' inside the GOP on health care.

“I was hopeful that we would be moving to a vote this week,” said Sen. David Perdue (R-GA). “But obviously, that’s not going to happen.”

Here's the latest on where health care overhaul stands on Capitol Hill:

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