Political Insider: GOP Health Bill, Police Body Cam Policies, Angie Craig Congressional Run Redux

July 18, 2017 07:22 PM

Tonight in Political Insider, Tom Hauser and our analysts discuss:

- The downfall of the Republicans' efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. The latest version, put forth by Senate Republicans, will not be put up for a vote. Efforts to simply repeal the ACA and replace later appear to be dead, as well;

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- How the latest officer-involved shooting in Minneapolis could impact body camera policies statewide along with the Minneapolis mayoral race; 

- Angie Craig makes a second attempt at running for Congress is Minnesota's 2nd District. She'll challenge GOP Congressman Jason Lewis, who beat her in November;

- Controversy over new biography plaques placed next to portraits of Minnesota's former governors in the State Capitol. Both former governors Tim Pawlenty and Jesse Ventura have criticized the Minnesota Historical Society over what they call inaccuracies in their bios. 

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