State health officials are launching a new online tool that will let patients and their families compare the costs and results of health care at hospitals across the state.Read More »
Monthly Archives: June 2013
It's Republican versus Republican in the latest round of political battles over health care.Read More »
Educators and language activists are meeting in Flagstaff for a conference aimed at better serving American Indian students.Read More »
According to an analysis released by the Governor’s Office, Prop 100 raised about $2.7 billion.Read More »
What a difference four years makes. In 2009, Gov. Jan Brewer sued the Legislature over its refusal to send her a package of budget bills that she was certain to veto, leading the Arizona Supreme Court to rule that lawmakers couldn’t hold back measures that were ready for the governor.Read More »
The Goldwater Institute is proposing a policy that would require school districts to sell their vacant buildings within 18 months and close down and sell failing schools with low enrollments.Read More »
Foes of expansion eye referendum
Even if voters approve her plan, a threatened citizen referendum on Gov. Jan Brewer’s Medicaid expansion proposal could cast a pall over the 2014 election and throw the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System into chaos.
If the Legislature passes Medicaid expansion, two former senators and frequent foes of Brewer plan to refer it to the ballot with an all-volunteer effort that would rely on disaffected conservative activists to collect signatures.