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Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, expressed concerns Friday about the Senate’s health care bill, saying she remains committed “to ensuring that all Alaskans have access to affordable, quality health care.”

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Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, expressed concerns Friday about the Senate’s health care bill, saying she remains committed “to ensuring that all Alaskans have access to affordable, quality health care.”

premiumDivide opens within GOP on health bill

Concerns from moderate GOP senators that their party's health care bill cuts too deeply into Medicaid and would leave the nation's most vulnerable people with no health insurance are shaping up to be a significant obstacle to the measure's passage. Thousands in state face insurance loss under Senate...

LR district forms Plan B to pay for school projects

After last month's voter defeat of a 12.4-mill school tax extension, the Little Rock School District is taking a different and more scaled-back approach to paying for a new high school and for upgrades at other campuses.

First lady settling in at White House, a homebody so far

Two weeks into her new life as a full-time Washingtonian, Melania Trump is staying true to her reputation as more homebody than social butterfly.

Divide opens within GOP on health bill

Concerns from moderate GOP senators that their party's health care bill cuts too deeply into Medicaid and would leave the nation's most vulnerable people with no health insurance are shaping up to be a significant obstacle to the measure's passage.

Divide opens within GOP on health bill

Concerns from moderate GOP senators that their party's health care bill cuts too deeply into Medicaid and would leave the nation's most vulnerable people with no health insurance are shaping up to be a significant obstacle to the measure's passage.

Arkansas legislators approve bathroom-bill study

Legislation to restrict how transgender people use public restrooms quietly stalled toward the end of this year's regular legislative session, only to reappear Wednesday.

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