House votes to repeal health care reform

The U.S. House of Representatives has voted to repeal the health care reform act signed into law by President Obama last year.

The house voted 245 to 189 – largely along party lines – in favor of repeal.

The measure will not go to the senate, where Majority Leader Harry Reid already has said it will not be posted for a vote.

All six Republicans in New Jersey’s House delegation voted in favor of repeal, while all seven Demcorats voted against. 

House votes to repeal health care reform