Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said that the Senate will be voting on their version of the bill in the coming weeks, but he has not set a definitive date.
There will be two main questions when McConnell brings it to the floor: 1) Will he get the 50 votes needed to pass it (and then have VP Pence as the tie breaker) and 2) Will the House be able to pass the Senate version?
I have a feeling that it's going to be extremely difficult for the Senate Republicans to actually get 50 votes because there are more than three moderates who have already come out against many of the things being discussed in their version of the bill. If three Republican Senators vote "no" then it's over, at least for now.
So it'll be interesting to see what happens in these coming weeks. It will likely be a make or break moment for this young Administration.