(CNN) - The battle over health care reform in Washington is erupting over the possibility a bill could be passed without a direct vote. The uproar is coming from the House, where Democrats may vote on a rule that would deem the Senate's version of the bill to be passed.
Both sides of the aisle are playing hardball politics. Alaska Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski used a basketball metaphor to voice her opposition, saying Congress is giving new meaning to March Madness. Our Jim Acosta reports on the war of words breaking out on Capitol Hill.