Health Care Vote Results: Did the Health Care Bill Pass?
Today, March 21, 2010, Americans make another historical event as the largest Health Care Bill will be voted upon.
It is expected that the turnout of votes will be very close given that there are four vacancies in the House since 3 House memebers have resigned while one died bringing the total number of full House of Representatives to 431. In this fact, Democrats will now need to earn 216 votes in order for the Health Care Bill to be passed into law.
Looking back last year, seven Democrats who voted for a “yes” changed their minds and vowed to vote for a “no”. According to the numbers, with Democrats outnumbering the Republicans in the House of Representatives, Democrats can afford to lose 37 votes.
So what’s the latest update on the Health Care Vote Results? Currently, the House is on its final debate before the final voting for the Health Care Bill. Each of the Republicans’ and Democrats’ representatives are giving their own opinions on this Health Care Bill.
Will the Health Care Bill be passed? MSNBC is having a live stream coverage of the Health Care Bill vote results here.
Meanwhile, you can also view some of the comments and participate in our own little discussion about the Health Care Bill here.