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Legislative aides say House Republican leaders are planning to test Democrats’ loyalty to the president’s signature domestic achievement in a series of votes on Obamacare.

The first would force lawmakers to weigh in on Mr. Obama’s decision to delay the employer mandate. A second vote would call on lawmakers to match that delay by putting off the individual mandate, which requires all Americans to obtain health insurance of some kind.

A spokesman for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, California Democrat, accused Republicans of playing games instead of working on meaningful reforms.

“This is a complete smoke screen to hide the fact that House Republicans have no agenda and nothing to keep the House in session to consider,” Drew Hammill said Wednesday. “With the American people waiting for action on jobs and the economy, here are House Republicans yet again playing games and wasting time on bills to nowhere.”