In a dramatic showdown on the Senate floor, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., stunned his colleagues by joining two other Republicans in July to reject the latest attempt by the U.S. Senate to rewrite the Affordable Care Act.
In a dramatic showdown on the Senate floor, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., stunned his colleagues by joining two other Republicans in July to reject the latest attempt by the U.S. Senate to rewrite the Affordable Care Act. Melina Mara The Washington Post file photo
In a dramatic showdown on the Senate floor, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., stunned his colleagues by joining two other Republicans in July to reject the latest attempt by the U.S. Senate to rewrite the Affordable Care Act. Melina Mara The Washington Post file photo

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