Follow House Members' Health-Care Voting Plans : The Two-Way A good place to look over the next 48 hours to see the state of play as far as the yes and no votes in the House on the health-care overhaul legislation is on www.WashingtonPost.com which has an interactive table of lawmakers.

Follow House Members' Health-Care Voting Plans

A good place to look over the next 48 hours to see the state of play as far as the yes and no votes in the House on the health-care overhaul legislation is Washington Post.com which has an interactive table of lawmakers.

Not only does the chart, which appears to be up to date, tell you whether the lawmakers are "yes," "no" or "undecided" votes but it also totals up the amount of health care industry contributions they've received and the percent of uninsured in their districts.

The lawmakers with the highest percentage of uninsured all appear to be "yes" votes with the exception of Republicans who are uniformly voting no.

A very useful service by the WaPo.