A clear legislative rebuke to the troubled health care law today. The Republican-controlled House passed a bill aimed at undermining the Affordable Care Act, voting to let insurance companies review canceled plans and sell individual health plans to anyone, even if they don`t meet coverage requirements in the new law. Thirty-nine Democrats broke rank supporting the so-called Keep Your Health Plan Act. It goes to the Democratic-led Senate where it`s expected to fail.
All of this comes as President Obama met with top health care insurance CEOs today at the White House, trying to drum up support for his latest fix to the troubled law.
John Harwood reports.