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Obamacare Lawsuit Stirs Worries for Insurers

Arkansas and 19 other Republican-led states are taking their shot at dismantling the Affordable Care Act, rekindling the anxieties of health care executives who fear thousands of Arkansans could lose insurance coverage.
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Tied to Arkansas Corruption, Preferred Family Healthcare Seeks Sale

An Arkansas mental health treatment company says it's working to purchase the Arkansas operations of a similar Missouri company tied to a political corruption investigation.
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