Health care reform approved by U.S. House; Wisconsin reports party-line vote
The U.S. Senate may not pass health care reform any time soon.
Moderates and conservatives say they have the votes to wage a filibuster against the government-run insurance option approved by the House on Saturday night. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is looking for middle ground, including a public option states could opt out of.
Russ Feingold, D-Wis., says he won't vote for a plan which doesn't have a public option.