In this photo taken from pool video via APTN, the final vote the health care bill is shown as members of the house attend the vote on Saturday Nov. 7, 2009 in Washington. In a victory for President Barack Obama, the Democratic-controlled House narrowly passed landmark health care legislation Saturday night to expand coverage to tens of millions who lack it and place tough new restrictions on the insurance industry. Republican opposition was nearly unanimous. (AP Photo/Pool)
In this photo taken from pool video via APTN, the final vote the health care bill is shown as members of the house attend the vote on Saturday Nov. 7, 2009 in Washington. In a victory for President Barack Obama, the Democratic-controlled House narrowly passed landmark health care legislation Saturday night to expand coverage to tens of millions who lack it and place tough new restrictions on the insurance industry. Republican opposition was nearly unanimous. (AP Photo/Pool) Associated Press
In this photo taken from pool video via APTN, the final vote the health care bill is shown as members of the house attend the vote on Saturday Nov. 7, 2009 in Washington. In a victory for President Barack Obama, the Democratic-controlled House narrowly passed landmark health care legislation Saturday night to expand coverage to tens of millions who lack it and place tough new restrictions on the insurance industry. Republican opposition was nearly unanimous. (AP Photo/Pool) Associated Press

House OKs historic health care overhaul, with one GOP vote

November 07, 2009 03:54 PM

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