House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has two reasons to celebrate on Friday.
During a morning ceremony at the Capitol, the Speaker signed into law a package of fixes to the new healthcare law that Congress passed Thursday.
That move put the finishing touches on a healthcare overhaul Congress had debated for over a year.
Right after she put her signature on the bill, lawmakers and others gathered in the room sang "Happy Birthday" to celebrate Pelosi's 70th birthday.
House Education and Labor Committee Chairman George Miller (D-Calif.) even brought out a large chocolate cake with candles (though not 70 of them).
Rep. Sander Levin (D-Mich.), who is acting chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, joked "this legislation wasn't a piece of cake."