(WASHINGTON EXAMINER) The House has voted to repeal Obamacare for the first time since the law's major components were rolled out.
All but three Republicans present voted to pass the legislation, approving it 239 to 186 on Tuesday. While past repeal votes have typically picked up a handful of Democrats, none voted for the bill this time.
It's the fourth time the GOP-led House has voted to ditch the entire law, but this time the Senate is likely to take up the legislation, too, now that Republicans have the majority in that chamber.
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