Health-care reform in GOP cross hairs
The ultimate defense is the presidential veto pen. Even with a new majority in the House come January, Republicans concede that winning a repeal vote in the Democratic-controlled Senate is unlikely – and the two-thirds needed to override a presidential veto, well out of reach.
But Republicans say they'll seek every opportunity to repeal the new law and, failing that, to defund it or delay its implementation.
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