Vice President Joe Biden tells President Obama that "this is a big (expletive) deal" after introducing him at the health care bill signing ceremony.
President Obama: "The bill I'm signing will set in motion reforms that generations of Americans have fought for and marched for and hungered to see."
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) talks to Don Imus about his problems with the health care reform bill.
Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum on why he is challenging the legality of the health care reform bill.
Senior White House Advisor David Axelrod discusses the health care bill and the prospects for bipartisanship on the rest of the president's domestic agenda.
Sen. Mitch McConnell announces what the GOP will be campaigning on this fall.
Vicki Kennedy: "I thought yesterday was an important day to be there."
"I'll never apologize for passion, but certainly do not want Congressman Stupak to think those remarks were directed at him," Rep. Neugebauer (R-TX) said.
GOP Chairman Michael Steele discusses the Republican Party's response to health care reform.
On the campaign trail President Obama said the "public will have five days to look at every bill that lands on my desk" before he signs it into law.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal states his opposition to the health care bill.
Former President Bill Clinton comments on the passage of the health care bill.