The latest version of the GOP's health care bill fell into deeper jeopardy Monday night.
NBC News reports two more senators came out against it, leaving leaders short of a majority to pass it.
Sens. Jerry Moran, R-Kan., and Mike Lee, R-Utah, announced on Twitter that they both would oppose the current bill.
The Better Care Reconciliation Act has been wildly unpopular since it was first unveiled more than a month ago.