GREEN BAY (WRN) - The U.S. House is expected to vote Saturday on its version of health care reform. The #2 Democrat, Steny Hoyer, says leaders will have the 218 votes they need for passage – if terms can be resolved for covering abortion and illegal immigrants. Those items are still being negotiated. Hoyer says the final vote will be close – and that’s got supporters and opponents parading to Washington to get their 2 cents in. The American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees says Wisconsinites are going bankrupt from the current health care system. It cites figures from the House Commerce Committee showing there were 1,200 bankruptcies in northeast Wisconsin last year that were related to health care. Local union president Mary Goulding of Green Bay says the opportunity is here to create affordable health care – and it’s not just a union issue. But there’s strong opposition among House Republicans. GOP leaders were scheduled to speak at a rally against the health package. And they say there will no Republican support – which means Democrats would need overwhelming support from within their own ranks.