Remember last August? Beltway Buzz does!
August 2009 was the month of the fiery health care town hall meetings across the country. By the time members of Congress returned to Washington after Labor Day, many Americans doubted the health care law would pass. But this past Spring it did.
It's been a year since the health care town halls. Lawmakers and Americans are still talking about health care, but now the voice for repeal is getting louder.
A Rasmussen Reports poll finds 57 percent of voters say the health care law is bad for the country, 59 percent want to repeal it, 38 percent want to keep it.
The law will soon have its constitutionality challenged. Check out this story that's airing on The 700 Club today.