Healthcare amendments flood Senate budget process

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The measures reveal a laundry list of healthcare priorities for both parties.

Sen. Mike LeeMike LeeOvernight Finance: Senators spar over Wall Street at SEC pick's hearing | New CBO score for ObamaCare bill | Agency signs off on Trump DC hotel lease GOP senators offer bill to require spending cuts with debt-limit hikes Healthcare fight pits Trump against Club for Growth MORE (R-Utah) wants to undo the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act by declaring that the individual mandate cannot be a tax.

Sens. Lamar AlexanderLamar AlexanderOvernight Regulation: Trump's Labor nominee hints at updating overtime rule Trump's Labor pick signals support for overtime pay hike Live coverage: Day three of Supreme Court nominee hearing MORE (R-Tenn.), Richard BurrRichard BurrSchumer: Trump must apologize for wiretapping claim Senate panel asks Trump ally Roger Stone to preserve Russia-related records Senate Intel Committee sets hearing on Russian election interference MORE (R-N.C.), Kelly AyotteKelly AyotteFEC commissioner to Trump: Prove voter fraud Live coverage: Day three of Supreme Court nominee hearing Lewandowski saw no evidence of voter fraud in New Hampshire MORE (R-N.H.) and Pat RobertsPat RobertsDems mock House GOP over lack of women in healthcare meeting Perdue vows to be chief salesman for US agriculture abroad GOP senator apologizes for mammogram joke MORE (R-Kan.) want to delay the law's implementation, each under different circumstances.

Sen. Jim RischJim RischA guide to the committees: Senate Ryan tries to save tax plan Senate GOP votes to silence Warren after speech against Sessions MORE (R-Idaho) wants to block grant Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program.

Sen. Joe ManchinJoe ManchinThe Hill’s Whip List: Where Dems stand on Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Senate confirms Trump's pick for Israel ambassador Senate Dems: We won't help pass additional health bills MORE (D-W.Va.) wants a bigger federal fight against prescription drug abuse.

Sen. Claire McCaskillClaire McCaskillOvernight Defense: General warns State Department cuts would hurt military | Bergdahl lawyers appeal Trump motion | Senators demand action after nude photo scandal Top general: Trump State Department cuts would hurt military's efforts against Russia Senators demand Pentagon action after nude photo scandal MORE (D-Mo.) wants to protect mental-health services for everyone covered by the Second Amendment.

Senate Majority Whip Dick DurbinDick DurbinThe Hill’s Whip List: Where Dems stand on Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Gorsuch rewrites playbook for confirmation hearings Gorsuch: I'm 'sorry' for ruling against autistic student MORE (D-Ill.) wants to increase funding for biomedical research at the National Institutes of Health.

Sen. John Tester (D-Mont.) wants to extend healthcare coverage to veterans' kids until they are 26.

Several measures pertaining to the Affordable Care Act are more technical.

Sen. Chuck GrassleyChuck GrassleyFriends, foes spar in fight on Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Live coverage: Day three of Supreme Court nominee hearing Live coverage: Day two of Supreme Court nominee hearing MORE (R-Iowa) would repeal the healthcare law's Medicaid cuts to hospitals that serve primarily low-income communities.

Sen. Lindsey GrahamLindsey GrahamA real national security budget would fully fund State Department Gorsuch rewrites playbook for confirmation hearings Dem senator: House Intel chairman may have revealed classified info MORE (R-S.C.) would reduce eligibility for subsidies to buy insurance on the health law's exchanges.

Sen. Tom CoburnTom CoburnDon't be fooled: Carper and Norton don't fight for DC Coburn: Trump's tweets aren't presidential The road ahead for America’s highways MORE (R-Okla.) would reduce the matching rate for the law's Medicaid expansion.

The final budget vote is expected late Friday or early Saturday morning.

Read more about amendments that would bar food stamps from purchasing junk food and limit food-size regulations at RegWatch.