The U.S. Congress voted for the postponement of the annual health care reform

The deputies of the House of Representatives voted to approve the annual performance of the rest of the postponement of the presidential program of health insurance, which allowed the parties to reach a compromise on the draft budget.
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HOUSTON - Sept. 29, 2013 - PRLog -- The deputies of the House of Representatives voted to approve the annual performance of the rest of the postponement of the presidential program of health insurance, which allowed the parties to reach a compromise on the draft budget for the next fiscal year.

As reported by Reuters, the document submitted for consideration to the upper house of Congress - the Senate.

In turn, the leader of the Democratic majority in the U.S. Senate, Harry Reid said earlier that a similar amendment bill does not find support among his colleagues.

U.S. President Barack Obama announced that he would veto the document providing for the rejection of its health insurance program.

To reach a compromise on the budget is two days.  Because of the lack of agreement on the cost of the budget with the onset of the new fiscal year on October 1 U.S. threatens suspension of funding the federal government.

President Barack Obama and his Democratic Party say they are willing to compromise, but do not succumb to "blackmail" the Republicans who control the House of Representatives.

Recall that in September, the U.S. national debt was 73% of GDP , the highest in the history of the country, except for a brief period during the Second World War.
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