The House voted on health care reform today, and by a vote of 224-206 approved the integral measure necessary to pass the piece of legislature, according to the New York Times. After a year of intense partisan back-and-forth, the Democrats were able to rally enough votes to keep the act alive. Though the outcome of the vote was pretty much expected in the last few days, it was also bound to be a very narrow victory. An absence, illness, or last-minute decision could have changed the...Read Full Story
Healthcare reform is a contentious debate in the US government in 2010, with Democrats heavily in favor of the Affordable Health Choices Act, and Republicans against. See more about healthcare reform in the US here.