House votes to let Americans keep health plans; 39 Dems defy Obama

Nearly 40 House Democrats defied President Obama and helped the Republican majority pass a bill Friday that lets Americans keep, for one year, health plans that do not comply with Obamacare.

The defections from 39 members of Mr. Obama’s party highlighted the pressure on Congress to help people who lost coverage because of the president’s signature law, as balky websites keep a veil over alternative plans and pressure mounts on the Democrat-led Senate to forge a remedy.

“Let’s face it, millions of people right now have a cancelled policy,” Rep. Ron Barber, Arizona Democrat, said before voting for the Keep Your Health Plan Act.

The House passed the bill, 261 to 157, despite a veto threat from Mr. Obama and objections from Democrats who said the legislation was an insidious attempt to rot the Affordable Care Act from the inside out.

Four Republicans voted against the bill, perhaps because it could be viewed as an attempt to smooth over Mr. Obama’s controversial reforms.

1 Comment - what are your thoughts?

  • SniperToo says:

    Of course they would. Those 39 demorats will get their butts creamed at midterm. If you think they did it for all the right reasons think again? It’s all about their personal needs to save their own greedy career. This should tell you something when you go and vote at midterm in 2014. Stop sending back the career politicians. Vote them out.

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