As soon as President Obama signs the healthcare bill into law, the attorneys general say they will challenge its constitutionality. The mandate to buy insurance is at the center of the controversy.
The health care vote results came in late Sunday night, with the House passing the bill, 219 to 212. President Obama is set to sign the bill into law this week. After that, the Senate will take up 'fixes.'
Rep. Bark Stupak of Michigan, who led a group of anti-abortion Democrats opposed to the health care bill, has promised a 'yes' on health care vote. Passage tonight now looks certain. Then what?
Steny Hoyer sounded upbeat this afternoon when discussing the health care bill. "Clearly, we believe we have the votes," Hoyer said.
With the healthcare vote pending, President Obama will head over to Capitol Hill to rally support.
A House plan to 'deem' the Senate version of healthcare reform is very convenient, especially for those who want to support the bill without admitting it to voters.
Members of the Tea Party movement say they are not beholden to the GOP.
Attitudes toward the 2010 census have improved markedly in the last few months.
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