It's coming soon. We promise (again).
Vice President Mike Pence on Friday said that "in a matter of days" Americans will "see a very brisk pace of legislative activity" toward repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act health law with a Republican alternative.
"Look, we're going to repeal and replace Obamacare, we're going to do it at the same time," Pence said.
"We're going to replace Obamacare with the kinds of solutions that will lower the cost of health insurance for every American.
"We expect in a matter of days that you're going to begin to see a very brisk pace of legislative activity," Pence said after an event with House Speaker Paul Ryan in Ryan's home state of Wisconsin.
Pence's confident prediction comes as conservatives in the GOP Congressional caucus have expressed criticism over a plan by Republican leaders to include tax credits in the Obamacare replacement plan that can be used to lower the cost of health plan premiums.
At the same time, Republicans face opposition from Democratic lawmakers who have shown no interest in repealing the ACA or replacing it with a new set of legislation.
On Thursday, the GOP leadership hid their replacement plan in a basement room of the Capitol. They were harshly criticized by Obamacare supporters after a number of members of Congress, including Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky — who is himself a Republican — tried to see it and were either rebuffed or couldn't find it.