By The Associated Press 08.01.07, 8:31 PM ET
A look at actions in Congress on Wednesday:
Democrats pushed through legislation to add 6 million lower-income children to a popular children's health insurance program. The House voted 225-204 to pass the bill, which would add $50 billion to the State Children's Health Insurance Program. The bill would slash federal payments to private insurance companies that cover seniors under Medicare and shift money to doctors and benefits for low-income seniors. President Bush has threatened to veto the measure.
JG: If it was a bill that screws children, Bush and the GOP would be in favor of it.