Vote expected today on healthcare law Updated: Wednesday, July 11, 2012 | WASHINGTON D.C. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - Congressional republicans have already voted 30 times to repeal President Obama's healthcare law.Today they're trying to do it again. The vote for repeal is set for today in the republican-led House and all GOP members are expected to support it.Republican lawmakers say the two-year-old law is a threat to the nation's economic recovery. They're predicting that some democrats in the House will join them repealing it.However, in the Senate, where democrats hold a majority, it's expected to face opposition.While republicans say overturning the Affordable Care Act is in the best interest of our country, democrats say they are playing politics."The American people do not want to go down the path of Obamacare. That's why we've voted over 30 times to repeal, defund it, replace it," said Speaker of the House John Boehner. "It is political theater that puts political games ahead of the health of the nation's citizens," said Rep. Louise Slaughter D-New York. President Obama says healthcare reform is here to stay but he is offering to work with republicans to make some changes.