In Washington, the House of Representatives has voted to delay the implementation of the President’s Health Care Overhaul.
Two bills passed that would delay the requirement that Americans obtain health insurance for a year and solidify the Obama administration's recent decision to delay the mandate for larger employers to offer health coverage.
The two bills represent the 38th and 39th times the House has voted on Obamacare since 2010. The two bills face more opposition in the Democrat-controlled Senate.
Congressman John Shimkus and Bill Enyart voted in favor of the bills.