Many doubt the government would really shut down over Planned Parenthood funding.
If a vote fails next week, as expected, the GOP plans to to keep bringing the defunding measures to the floor.
When Congress only passed a two-year extension of the Children's Health Insurance Program in April, these folks started planning for 2017.
Both parties are weighing the politics of what to do next with the law.
The party appears ready to use a technique that would put a repeal bill on Obama's desk, but some are fretting over what it will cost them.
A decision is likely coming within the week, but for many, that's not soon enough.
With King v. Burwell, the Supreme Court once again has the future of the Affordable Care Act in its hands.
Instead of roaming the campaign trail, the Ways and Means Chairman is exactly where he wants to be—in the middle of simultaneous policy fights on trade and health care.
House leadership presented a single proposal, but the Senate has yet to unite behind just one.
If the Supreme Court rules against the administration, Republicans will attempt to use their leverage to make some big changes.
At least four different plans have been proposed in case the Supreme Court rules that subsidies in federal exchanges are illegal.
Pelosi and Boehner agreed to include Hyde Amendment language. But Reid finds it unacceptable, and Senate passage looks doubtful.
That's the plan, but House conservatives worry that they're the ones getting a raw deal.
House leaders will try to sell a deal to the their members, but they face roadblocks from industry, conservatives, liberals and the Senate.
What the justices asked, and what it means for the future of health care in America.