Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell said on Fox News Sunday that the Senate would somehow vote on whether or not to repeal the health-reform law.
McConnell’s Democratic counterpart, Majority Leader Harry Reid, has declared the House-passed repeal bill “dead on arrival” in the Senate, but Senate rules provide several ways that the issue could be put to a vote.
McConnell called the new law “the single worst piece of legislation” passed while he has been a senator. He said if the Senate does not vote for repeal, opponents will attempt to dismantle the law item by item. (Read more from The Associated Press)