The U.N. General Assembly just voted overwhelmingly to pass a resolution calling for a universal, single-payer healthcare system for all Americans.
But if the U,S.
Senate is to pass the American Health Care Act, it will need to pass two-thirds of the House.
The bill is now in the hands of the White House.
And while a Senate vote could be a possibility, Republicans have been struggling to make the bill a reality in their increasingly divided and partisan Congress.
The UNAIDS resolution was approved by a vote of 191-16 in the General Assembly and will now be sent to the U/S House of Representatives for a vote.
The resolution was written in response to the recent coronavirus pandemic and calls on President Trump and the House to support universal healthcare for all people in the United States.
The White House has not yet issued a statement on the bill, but President Donald Trump tweeted out that the UNAIDs resolution is “the first step toward universal healthcare in the U…