House Republicans Vote for 61st Time To Repeal Some Provisions of ACA Through Budget Reconciliation
The House on Friday voted 240-189 to approve legislation (HR 3762) that would repeal several of the Affordable Care Act's provisions through the budget reconciliation process. The vote marked the 61st time House Republicans have voted to repeal the law. The measure was approved mostly along party lines, with Republicans voting in favor of the bill and Democrats voting against it.
- "GOP Bill Would Gut Health Law, Halt Planned Parenthood Money" (Fram, AP/San Francisco Chronicle, 10/23).
- "For 61st Time, House Passes Anti-Obamacare Bill" (Sullivan/Lawder, Reuters, 10/23).