“Senate leadership has reportedly set a Friday deadline for a new draft of the bill. The Congressional Budget Office could score it next week, setting up a mid-July vote.” The vote has been delayed, but the Senate’s repeal and replace efforts are far from over.

+ When it comes to public support, there’s room improvement. NPR: Just 17 Percent Of Americans Approve Of Republican Senate Health Care Bill.

+ The Atlantic: Why the GOP’s Plan for Health Care Hit a Wall.

+ “She’s not a paramedic. She’s just a teen-adult librarian — and saved six people since April. That’s a lot for a librarian.” If we’re gonna talk about health care in America, we need to be talking about the opiate crisis. From CNN: The opioid epidemic is so bad that librarians are learning how to treat overdoses.