Washington, DC (NBC) - Congress is covering some familiar ground today.
House Republicans today are heading back into battle against President Obama's health care reform law. "They would make people believe that it's all free it's going to cost someone and that's going to be the American citizen," says Florida Republican Representative Jeff Miller.
The House is brushing aside the Supreme Court decision upholding the law, and Senate Democrats are sure to shoot down any repeal.
The Senate is already looking ahead to the next big battleground: extending the Bush-era tax cuts.
Senate Republicans are pushing back hard on President Obama's call to extend the cuts for one year, but only for those making less than $250,000 a year.
"Let's not hold the vast majority of Americans and our entire economy hostage while we debate the merits of another tax cut for the wealthy," said President Obama.
In a radio interview, Mitt Romney called the proposal an economic misstep. "We just saw a terrible jobs report just last week, and now to add a higher tax on job creators and on small businesses is about to worst thing you can do to create jobs."
The President is telling congress not to bother with an across-the-board tax cut extension. He says he'll veto it.