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Unintended health care consequences of Prop. 101 (access required)

Proposition 101, the so-called Freedom of Choice in Healthcare Act, is a vague and poorly written proposition that will decrease health care choices and increase health care costs for Arizona residents.  Arizona’s pediatricians want families to know that we oppose the measure that could cost our state’s taxpayers billions of dollars, increase private health insurance ...

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