Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Washington Post Scorecard: How U.S. House Members Are Leaning On Obamacare At This Moment

The Washington Post has published an excellent graphic showing how each member of the U.S. House of Representatives is leaning on Obamacare (HR 3590) at this very moment (March 17th, 2010), along with their previous votes on November 7th, 2009. It also includes career contributions from health care interests and percentage of uninsured in each Congressional district.

Right now the overall scorecard is 149 Yes, 205 No, and 77 Undecided. 216 votes are needed to pass Obamacare.

View graphic HERE

Utah's U.S. House delegation:

-- Rob Bishop (R): Leaning No now, voted No November 7th, $106,229 career health care contributions, 16.5 percent of constituents uninsured

-- Jason Chaffetz (R): Leaning No now, voted No November 7th, $45,250 career health care contributions, 18.1 percent of constituents uninsured

-- Jim Matheson (D): Leaning No now, Voted No November 7th, $991,029 career health care contributions, 15.8 percent of constituents uninsured

On March 21st, the House voted 219-212 to pass HR 3590. Roll call vote HERE.

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