Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) has announced that he'll vote "no" on the Republican health-care bill in its current form — but he doesn't want to cast that vote this coming week. "We don't have enough information," he said Sunday in an interview on NBC's Meet the Press. "I don't have the feedback from constituencies who will not have had enough time to review the Senate bill."
Johnson said he would like to delay the vote if possible. "I have been encouraging leadership, the White House, anybody I can talk to for quite some time, [saying] let's not rush this process," he continued. "Let's have the integrity to show the American people what it is."
The bill cannot pass the Senate if more than two GOP senators vote against it; at present, five Republicans say they will vote "no." Watch a clip of the interview below. Bonnie Kristian