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REPEALED

The House of Representatives has just voted to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2009, by a final vote of 245-189. Four Democrats had initially voted for repeal, but one switched at the last moment (names coming when I find them). No Republicans voted against.

UPDATE: The Democrats voting for repeal were: Rep. Dan Boren (Okla.), Rep. Mike McIntyre (N.C.), Rep. Mike Ross (Ark.).

UPDATE II: Word now that the last-minute Democratic switcher was Rep. Larry Kissell (N.C.).

Daniel Foster — Daniel Foster has been news editor of National Review Online since 2009, and was a web site editor until 2012. His work has appeared in The American Spectator, The American ...

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