(CNN)Stop us if you've heard this before: we are now one step closer to repealing Obamacare. Or perhaps we should say, "one more step closer."
- Repeal pushback is coming from an odd direction -- Republican governors. Several who took federal money to expand Medicaid in their states are warning of disastrous consequences, Politico reports.
- The acting Centers for Medicare and Medicaid administrator tweeted a graphic showing who is impacted by repealing Obamacare that is generating buzz.
- Leading House GOP moderate Charlie Dent told CNN's Manu Raju that he has "reservations" about moving forward so quickly with the Obamacare repeal.
- Why is it so hard to replace Obamacare? It's complicated.
- Obamacare was a hot topic at Thursday night's CNN Town Hall. House Speaker Paul Ryan was adamant the GOP would repeal and replace it at the same time and claimed the law is in a "death spiral."
- Ryan also renewed his pledge to defund Planned Parenthood at the town hall. CNN's Jake Tapper pushed him on the fact that federal money already cannot be used to fund abortions.
- Obamacare architect Dr. Zeke Emanuel cast doubts about the Republican repeal and replace plan on CNN's "New Day" Friday morning: "They do not have a bill that they can now put forward immediately."
- Sources tell CNN's Rene Marsh that Trump transition officials are already holding active talks with the Army Corps of Engineers and the Interior Department to begin planning the Mexican border wall.
- At Thursday's CNN Town Hall, Ryan told an undocumented immigrant protected by Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals that he does not want to deport her, and pledged that Congress won't allow Trump to create a "deportation force." Ryan also said Trump and Congress should work on a "good, humane solution" for those protected under DACA.
- Dreamers in Florida say a DACA repeal would be "life-changing."
- On Thursday, Sens. Lindsey Graham and Dick Durbin reintroduced the BRIDGE Act, which would provide a temporary legislative fix to the DACA issue. The bill has bipartisan support in both the House and Senate, and a group of 94 CEOs from Illinois, Florida and Colorado have signed a letter urging Congress to pass it.
- SATURDAY -- IMMIGRATION -- Leading immigration activist groups are planning on holding a "National Day of Action" in 20 states and DC to protest Trump's potential immigration policies. The DC rally will be at the Metropolitan AME Church. The New York Times profiled some of the groups expected to attend.
- SUNDAY -- OBAMACARE -- Congressional Democrats are holding a nationwide "Day of Action" to rally against Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare. They are planning more than 40 different rallies, but the highest profile one will be at Macomb Community College in Warren, Michigan where Sens. Bernie Sanders, Chuck Schumer, Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters are scheduled to attend.
- MONDAY -- INFRASTRUCTURE -- A new Harvard poll being made public Monday is expected to show Trump voters and others can agree on the need for better infrastructure.