House lawmakers voted 235-192 to approve a resolution supporting a plan for the chamber's counsel to intervene in a lawsuit that challenges the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, following the Trump administration's decision not to defend the health care law. All but three Republicans voted against the measure, arguing that the resolution was unnecessary since the House already voted last week to file a motion to intervene in the case.
House passes resolution backing intervention in ACA lawsuit
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