Blog | Tuesday, March 16, 2010

QD: News Every Day--When did voting become passe?


A tally shows the House is struggling to muster enough votes to pass health care reform by a simple majority. The president and House leaders are trying to muster enough votes to pass it, but House representatives either oppose it, or are feeling the pressure from all sides and across the country. (CNN, AP, The Hill, Albany Times Union, TheIndyChannel.com)

With the decision being so polarizing, House leadership is looking to relieve the pressure. Votes? Who needs votes? Representatives don't even need to vote on legislation any more to pass it. (Washington Post)