DescriptionHEATED Senate Floor Debate On GOP Health Care Bill 6/22/17. Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine), a key swing vote on the Senate health bill, said she has "a number of concerns" with the draft released today. “Senator Collins will carefully review the text of the Senate health care bill this week and into the weekend. She has a number of concerns and will be particularly interested in examining the forthcoming [Congressional Budget Office] analysis on the impact on insurance coverage, the effect on insurance premiums, and the changes in the Medicaid program," Collins' spokesperson Annie Clark said in a statement. "She has met with and heard the concerns of many Mainers about their health care challenges, and she will continue to do so as she studies the impact of this legislation on Maine and the nation.”Schumer: Senate GOP healthcare bill 'wolf in sheep's clothing' 11:50 a.m.Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) ripped the Senate Republicans' proposal to repeal and replace ObamaCare, warning it appears worse than the bill passed by the House. "The way this bill cuts health care is heartless. The president said the House bill was mean. The Senate bill may be meaner. The Senate Republicans health care bill is a wolf in sheep's clothing, only this wolf has even sharper teeth than the House bill," Schumer said from the Senate floor. He added that Senate's proposal is "every bit as bad as the House bill. In some ways it's even worse." Option for work requirements for Medicaid11:46 a.m.Like the House bill, the Senate legislation includes an option for states to impose work requirements on Medicaid beneficiaries.Five states have already asked the Trump administration for approval to require certain "able-bodied" Medicaid beneficiaries to work in order to be eligible for benefits.