GOP rep: We may only have 4-5 hours to read healthcare bill before vote

A House Republican is predicting lawmakers will have only four to five hours to read the final version of the ObamaCare replacement bill before a floor vote.

"We'll have four to five hours to digest it," Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga.) told The Hill.

“Now keep in mind, this isn’t a 2,700-page bill like ObamaCare was,” he added. “This is 130-140 pages, not that difficult of a read, especially since we’ve been working on this for several weeks."

Watch the video above to hear Loudermilk in his own words.