Senate rejects House GOP spending bill
WASHINGTON D.C. — The Senate has rejected a House spending plan that would have derailed Obamacare.
In a vote of 54 to 46 this afternoon the Senate rejected the House proposal.
The House plan would have delayed Obamacare for a year and repealed a tax on medical devices.
The Senate move increases the chances a spending deal to avoid a shutdown will not be reached by midnight.