Speaker Thomas Foley delayed a House vote on bolstering free trade till tomorrow, but it isn't at all clear that the GATT bill will even get that far. Tonight the House votes on whether to approve the rules of debate for the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. This is the same step that tripped up the crime bill the first time out. TIME congressional correspondent Julie Johnson says Foley will have to pull out all the stops just to get this first-step legislation passed. If he isn't successful, then a House vote won't happen till December, destroying any chance for a payoff in the November elections for the Democratic Party.