It has been a busy week in Washington. The Congressional Budget Office released its report on the Better Care Reconciliation Act (“BCRA”), the Senate’s version of “repeal and replace” legislation. Unfortunately for Republican leadership, the report estimated that, if enacted, 22 million Americans would lose health insurance coverage by 2026. This report, along with conflicting opinions within the party, forced Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to delay a vote on the legislation until sometime after the July 4th recess.