The votes are in, and the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as ObamaCare, has opened to debate on the Senate floor.
The measure passed 51-50 with Vice President Mike Pence breaking the tie.
Sen. Murkowski joined one Senator, Susan Collins of ME, to be the only Republicans to vote against the debate.
Capito had been one of the most watched votes in the case to repeal and replace Obamacare.
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French newspaper L'Équipe expects the deal to be worth around €7m [£6.2m], a slight loss for Villa on the £7m they paid to sign him.
Now, did this new version ensure access to affordable health care in West Virginia, combat the opioid epidemic, protect Medicaid, or take care of rural health providers? She has repeatedly said recently that she "did not come to Washington to hurt people".
About 525,000 of West Virginia's 1.8 million people are enrolled in Medicaid, the program for the poor, disabled and nursing home residents. About 175,000 joined under the act's expansion.
About 35,000 others got coverage through the act's insurance exchange, which has included tax credits to offset premiums for those whose incomes qualify.
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