The House Voted on Th to overturn President Trump’s key moves on ObamaCare and it seems that four Republicans voted with the Dems.
The House voted Th to overturn one in each of President Trump key Obama Care moves, advancing a bill that Democrats have framed as protective people with pre existing conditions.
Passed in an exceedingly for the most part party-line vote of 230-183, the bill seeks to overturn steering the Trump administration discharged last year increasing a program that permits states to introduce and waive sure ObamaCare rules.
Republicans argued that Democrats were merely trying to get political points with a bill that failed to really add new protections for individuals with pre-existing conditions.
Democrats, meanwhile, same that the legislation was required to fight Trump’s efforts to weaken the health law’s current protections for those with pre-existing conditions.
Four Republicans voted with Democrats for the bill, as well as Reps. John Katko (N.Y) and Brian Fitzpatrick (Pa.),
who face doubtless tough election races next year, and Reps. Jim Sensenbrenner (Wis.) and Chris Smith (N.J.).