The Senate is set to take up the TrumpCare health care bill Thursday.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said Thursday that Democrats will introduce legislation to replace it and that a bipartisan bill will be sent to the House.
The measure will be similar to the bill that passed the House but failed in the Senate.
Republicans in the House have been pushing to overhaul the bill and some Republicans have expressed interest in voting for a Republican replacement.
The Republican plan would allow states to opt out of the law’s insurance mandates and other protections that would help them lower health care costs.
The Congressional Budget Office estimates that repealing the individual mandate would cost more than $2 trillion over a decade.
A Republican effort to repeal the law would also create a federal insurance exchange, but the Trump administration has said that that effort is too complex and would likely face opposition from the states and insurers.
The Senate will consider the bill Thursday, and Republicans have the votes to move it to the Senate floor and send it to President Donald Trump for his signature.
But Trump, who is expected to sign it, is expected not to sign the bill into law before the end of the month.