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Trump Administration's threats fail to sway Murkowski on ACA repeal vote

Wednesday's ACA repeal vote fails in Senate

Gov. Walker signs legislation aimed at controlling Opioid prescriptions

Governor Walker reacts to ACA repeal

US Senate votes to open up repeal of ACA to floor debates

Sen. Sullivan frustrated after Republican health care plan dissolves

Republican health care bill halted for lack of support: Vote to repeal ACA scheduled

Alaskan lawmakers speak about their stance on the Republican health care bill

Fairbanks residents converge on Sen. Sullivan's office, protesting Medicaid cuts

Sen. Sullivan wants to ensure Alaskans have healthcare coverage in AHCA bill

Fairbanks citizens fight for healthcare at protest in front of Murkowski's office

Does the ACHA address the needs of Alaskan healthcare?

Murkowski speaks on AHCA

Senate postpones vote on AHCA bill until after July 4th recess

Murkowski, Sullivan on the fence over vote for Republican's AHCA bill.

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