Congressman Richard Hanna today voted in favor of allowing millions of Americans the opportunity to keep their health care policies in 2014.

The Keep Your Health Plan Act would allow plans available on the individual marketplace today to be offered next year.

It would also ensure that Americans keeping their plans would not face a penalty under Obamacare's individual mandate.

Hanna says the rollout of Obamacare has been an "unmitigated disaster" and he's hopeful the Senate will take up the bi-partisan bill.

He says according to the State Department of Health, about 100,000 individuals in New York State have received cancellation notices.