Obviously, US House leaders lacked the votes necessary to pass the American Health Care Act (AHCA) – the bill that would repeal and replace many of the provisions of the Affordable Care Act (Obama Care). The AHCA was to be voted by the House yesterday, but has now been postponed. It was a different situation entirely on another issue this week when the Senate passed HJ 83, the Congressional Review Act repeal of the so-called “Volks” rule, developed and implemented by the Obama administration in December 2016. “Volks” made record-keeping requirements relating workplace injuries an ongoing obligation for companies over a full 5-year period rather than just the 6-month statute of limitations. The resolution has been sent to the President, who is expected to sign it and repeal the rule.