'Let’s not rush this': Conservative and liberal senators urge delay on healthcare bill vote

As as Congress wrangles over implementing a new health care law, Republican and Democratic senators have not agreed on much but there was one area where two lawmakers on opposite sides of the aisle found common ground on the issue on Sunday.

Both Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisc., and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., who each have expressed serious reservations with the bill for very different reasons, proclaimed during exclusive interviews on Sunday’s “Meet The Press” that rushing a vote before the July 4th recess would be unwise.

“There’s no way we should be voting on this next week,” Johnson told host Chuck Todd. “I have a hard time believing my Wisconsin constituents or even myself will have enough time to evaluate this for even a motion to proceed… let’s not rush this.”