On Friday, many D.C. insiders believed U.S. Senator John McCain dealt a fatal blow to the Graham-Cassidy bill that aims to repel and replace the Affordable Care Act.

But as u.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy told KPEL listeners just hours after McCain's announcement, he was disappointed by the Arizona Republican's call not to back the bill, but he will continue to push for the legislation to pass in the upper chambers.

Click the link above to hear what Cassidy shared on KPEL's Offsides about the legislation and what will happen next in the fight to rid the nation of the Affordable Care Act.

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