The House of Representatives voted to repeal President Obama’s signature accomplishment and the single most consequential piece of legislation Democrats passed in the 111th Congress, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

With a tally of 245-189, all Republicans and 3 Democrats voted for repeal measure.  This despite the pledge from Harry Reid that a repeal measure will never see the floor of the Senate, and President Obama’s certain veto if any such measure where ever to pass both houses of Congress.

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