Nine of Massachusetts' 10 Democratic congressmen voted to pass the Senate's version of the national health care overhaul in the House of Representatives Sunday night. The lone holdout was South Boston's Rep. Stephen Lynch.
After following through on his pledge to vote against the overhaul, Lynch joined WBUR Monday and said he doesn't think he will regret his vote.
"I think that my concerns will be borne out," Lynch said. "And it won't take long. All we got to do is wait for the, you know, quarterly results in probably two or three quarters of the insurance companies. They are going to rack up some massive, massive profits."
This program aired on March 22, 2010.