Rand Paul says Obamacare 'repeal' secrecy is cause for concern

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The plot began to thicken, boil out of its cauldron and grow tentacles when the bill was moved to prevent it from Rand Paul's prying eyes.

Except, as it turned out, the bill wasn't there.

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"But if they want conservatives on board, we can vote tomorrow on a clean repeal - and then if they want to do some fancy new government programs and big taxes - Cadillac tax, taxing health insurance policies -they can work with Democrats to pass those, but it should be a separate proposal".

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There was video. Around 4:40. "I think you saw the president embrace a lot of those key components tonight", the Louisiana congressman said, referring to a number of the provisions in the House leadership's proposal. When an outdated draft leaked last week, it was quickly panned by conservatives...

Members of the Energy and Commerce Committee were reportedly invited to view the draft bill and ask questions, but Paul argued those who are not on the committee should also have the opportunity to view the draft.

"Reports that the Energy and Commerce Committee is doing anything other than the regular process of keeping its members up to speed on latest developments in its jurisdictions are false", Walden said in a statement on Thursday.

Energy and Commerce Committee Democrat Paul Tonko of NY said he had walked into the room minutes earlier, and staffers there said, "Sir?"

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Hoyer did not appear to have any actual information that the bill was in McMorris Rodgers' office ― "I mentioned it was in 157, [McCarthy] didn't tell me it wasn't in 157". They object in particular to a system of refundable tax credits that form the centerpiece of the legislation, which they say would amount to a costly new entitlement. "If you'd recall, when Obamacare was passed in 2009 and 2010, Nancy Pelosi said, 'You'll know what's in it after you pass it.' The Republican Party shouldn't act in the same way".

Rep. Frank Pallone, D-New Jersey, was among the Democrats searching for the bill.

Rand Paul, gallant knight of our Republic, attempted to gain access to the secret chamber where the bill was being kept. He didn't get anywhere there, either. Representative Jan Schakowsky, an Illinois Democrat, added, "We're on a treasure hunt, I guess".

The GOP's battle to make good on a campaign promise to repeal and replace The Affordable Care Act -better known and Obamacare- continues to confound Republican lawmaker after Republican lawmaker.

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At one point, a GOP staff member allowed House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer, of Maryland, Massachusetts Rep. Joe Kennedy and a dozen or so reporters into the room to inspect it themselves to see that it was, in fact, bill-less. They contend Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price can do some of the work administratively, and say they can attach other pieces to unrelated legislation.

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