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Health Care Reform Votes Split Among Indiana Party Lines
Updated May 5, 2013 12:08 AM | Filed under: Network Indiana
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(WASHINGTON D.C.) - The votes on health care reform legislation were split among party lines in Indiana.

All four Republican representatives voted against the bill, while Democratic Representatives Andre Carson, Joe Donnelly, Brad Ellsworth, Baron Hill, and Pete Visclosky voted for health care reform.

Some democrats announced they would vote yes days before the vote, including Ellsworth of the 8th district, who made his announcement on Friday.

9th District Representative Baron Hill announced his decision on Saturday.

The health care reform bill now goes to President Obama's desk for his signature.



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