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Playing semantics with transplant funding

Although her office has consistently characterized the transplants no longer provided by AHCCCCS as “optional,” in a recent letter to the incoming speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Brewer said the state has been forced to stop providing “potentially life-saving procedures” because of the federal health care mandate.

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