My colleague John Fritze is reporting that the House of Representatives have voted to repeal President Barack Obama's health care reform bill - for the 31st time.
The 244 to 185 vote comes just two weeks after the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the law.
Republicans have pledged to try their best to hurt the law legislatively.
Their efforts may prove inconsequential this session, since the issue is not expected to be taken up in the Senate.
But they're hoping for better luck after the elections if they are able to gain enough Congressional seats.
Here is what Maryland Democratic Sen. Ben Cardin had to say after today's vote.
I guess it's just a game to them.