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Vatican's waterfront restaurant here not to -- The fight over key provisions of the president's health care law is alive and well on the state level one governors already saying he won't enforce it as written.
Meanwhile congressional Republicans are taking another shot at getting rid of the whole thing correspondent Shannon Breen tells us -- We must repeal it we will repeat it.
Now that the Supreme Court has declared it constitutional.
Republicans are launching a new effort to do away with the president's health care law a repeal of the entire measure.
That vote in the house is scheduled for Wednesday.
But what we believe we need to do is to provide that contrast that positive upbeat contrast -- the American people to say.
-- those -- the folks that are fighting for us in Washington for patient centered health care which means patients and families and doctors -- medical decisions not Washington.
House Democrats who say Republicans have yet to offer any viable alternatives are hoping the move backfires.
Why are we going back we're talking about what was already done litigated debated past.
And also affirmed by the Supreme Court the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is launching ads in a number of now Republican held districts.
Touting the benefits of the health care law and saying Republicans plan to strip them away.
A bring new poll shows 80% of likely voters surveyed believe if Mitt Romney is elected president and Republicans take control both houses of congress.
Then health care law will be repealed in the meantime.
Governors in eight states say they'll refuse to implement key portions of the law including Texas governor Rick Perry.
Well we don't trust this administration and we don't trust Washington DC.
To be able to -- it -- health care and our states at least.
Arrogance of the federal government but they believed.
That down here they -- they can craft the programs -- work for everybody.
Now that the Supreme Court is clearly labeled the measure attacks house Republicans believe they will -- some Democrats to vote with them in favor of repeal.
Twelve current house Democrats did vote no on the original health care a lot today.
Larry -- a Democrat from North Carolina was the first step up publicly to say he will also vote to repeal it -- Shannon thank you let's look now at --
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