The 240-to-181 House vote won’t succeed in undoing the 2010 Affordable Care Act.
WASHINGTON — The House voted Wednesday night to repeal most of Obamacare — sending legislation to President Obama’s desk for the first time that would dismantle his biggest domestic policy achievement.
The 240-to-181 House vote — following Senate passage of the bill Dec. 3 — won’t succeed in undoing the 2010 Affordable Care Act.
Obama has said he’ll veto the repeal measure.
Democrats in both chambers have enough votes to block an override by the GOP.