The Trump administration on Friday rejected an alternative proposal that would have allowed Americans to get health insurance from an insurance marketplace that provides subsidies to help cover high-cost patients.
The Trump administration also said it would not sign off on an alternative plan to expand Medicaid.
The House Republican proposal would have given states more flexibility to set up their own health care markets.
A Senate GOP proposal would allow states to set their own Medicaid eligibility levels and set aside money to pay for it.
The White House said Friday that it had “serious concerns” about the Senate bill.