Cantor offers few details about O-Care bill

House Majority Leader Eric CantorEric CantorTop Lobbyists 2017: Hired Guns GOP Rep. Jeb Hensarling to retire after end of current term A tyranny of the minority is raising your health care costs MORE (R-Va.) is giving no specific plans to bring an ObamaCare replacement bill to the floor in the month of June, casting further doubt on whether the conference will endorse a proposal before the August recess.

The lack of detail about healthcare was notable in Cantor's June policy memo, which was released on Friday.

The document devoted only three lines to healthcare, compared to fuller sections on tax extenders, appropriations, gas prices and transportation.

Cantor reiterated his desire to replace ObamaCare with policies that "improve patient choice, access to doctors and hospitals and lower costs." He said House committees are working to "refine" policies that would bring about those outcomes.

"We will be discussing these policy options with you in the weeks ahead in anticipation of additional floor action," the leader wrote to members.

House conservatives have pressured their leaders to move forward on a replacement for ObamaCare, something Cantor promised to do in 2014.

The prospect contains political risks for the GOP, however, since undoing the healthcare law could mean forcing millions of people off of their current coverage.

Offering a replacement would also give Democrats a target to attack, handing them ammunition in an ObamaCare debate Republicans believe they can win at the ballot box this year.

There are several GOP proposals on the table, but Republicans do not have a consensus on which to pursue.

One bill from Rep. Phil Roe (R-Tenn.) has 130 co-sponsors and is strongly backed by Republican Study Committee Chairman Steve Scalise (R-La.).

It would replace the Affordable Care Act with an expansion of health savings accounts, along with medical liability reform and allowing consumers to buy insurance across state lines.