Nancy Pelosi last seen dragging a horse’s head toward Dem Congressman Dan Boren’s residence.
At least one Democrat who voted against the healthcare reform law will likely vote for repeal next week, according to a report.
Rep. Dan Boren (D-Okla.), one of 34 House Democrats who voted against the reform law, told Fox News he would likely vote for repeal.
“I have not read the language yet, but I am inclined to support the repeal,” Boren told Fox on Monday.
After months of promising a repeal vote, Republicans unveiled a two-page bill Monday night to undo the entire reform law. A procedural vote will take place Friday, and a full vote to repeal the bill will be held Jan. 12.
Incoming Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Fred Upton (R-Mich.) predicted last weekend that a “significant number of Democrats” would vote for the repeal measure.
Just 12 Democrats who voted against healthcare reform last Congress survived the mid-term elections. Two Demcratic “no” votes – Reps. Collin Peterson (Minn.) and Daniel Lipinski (Ill.) – told The Hill on Monday that they would vote against repealing the entire law.