McConnell says Senate will vote on repeal of health reform law

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)
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