NewsPublic Affairs / May 4, 2017

U.S. House Passes Healthcare Bill: How Indiana's Reps Voted

Seven of Indiana's nine Representatives, all Republican, voted in favor of the measure, with the state's two Democrats voting against. U.S. House of Representatives, American Health Care Act2017-05-04T00:00:00-04:00
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U.S. House Passes Healthcare Bill: How Indiana's Reps Voted

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The U.S. House of Representatives passed the American Health Care Act Thursday afternoon with support from seven of Indiana’s Republican representatives.

But as NPR reports, the bill is likely never to become law, at least as currently written, because the Senate is expected to make significant changes.

The bill includes last-minute amendments designed to draw votes from the most conservative House Republicans in the House Freedom Caucus as well as from their more moderate counterparts.

Here’s how each of Indiana’s nine Representatives voted on the measure:

 

 

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