Health Care Vote Today in Washington
The fever among some to repeal federal health care overhauls might be high now. But that fever will wane over time, says Shannon Nelson, with the Wisconsin watchdog group, WISPIRG. Nelson says as parts of the law go into effect through 2014, Americans will embrace the changes more because by that time the nation will see the increases in health care costs substantially curbed. The house in Washington is expected to vote today on whether to repeal last year's health care reforms. Most expectations are the senate won't vote on such a measure at all.