GOP Unites Against Health-Care Bill

As House Democrats negotiate the final touches of a massive overhaul of the nation's health-care system, Republicans are preparing to vote en masse against the final bill. According to The Washington Post, no GOP members of the House are expected to vote for the bill, despite earlier signs that some moderates, like Rep. Joseph Cao (R-LA), were considering defecting. Things could change down the road, however: Rep. Mike Castle (R-DE), who is running for Senate in blue-state Delaware, told the Post that he may consider voting for the final bill that comes out of conference with the Senate. "Some people would like to see some kind of health-care reform," Castle said.