Brewer, McComish faulted for working with local church group on Medicaid
Letter writer criticizes Brewer for working with nonprofit faith-based organization on her plan to for AHCCCS expansion
Time to reshape our country’s spending priorities
I was surprised to learn from the Friends Committee on National Legislation that 37 cents of every dollar we pay in federal income taxes goes to pay for current and past wars. At the same time, education, diplomacy, and help to the nearly 100 million people living in poverty in this country get only pennies on every dollar.
Arizona Medicaid restoration makes good fiscal sense
As the leader of a company representing hundreds of health care providers throughout metropolitan Phoenix, I support Governor Brewer’s bold plan to leverage federal matching funds and get health insurance to Arizona’s most economically vulnerable citizens.
Let’s stop funding reckless GOP officials
As a precinct committeewoman from Legislative District 28 in North Central Phoenix, I was once again dismayed and insulted by my own party’s actions. The party faithful toils so hard while party officials squander their labor on undisciplined, mean-spirited name-calling that serves no other purpose than to bolster big egos and small ideas.
‘O-Brewer-Care:’ Surrendering Arizona to Obama
The governor who once championed the plight of ranchers on Arizona’s southern border has created a chasm equal to the landmark in the northern part of the state.
Obama’s Affordable Care Act creates perplexing array of possibilities
Recently, the Kaiser Family Foundation issued a brief on “Implementing New Private Health Insurance Market Rules,” and it leave room for some interpretations.
A 2013 resolution — eat healthy, avoid meat
Last year’s developments have certainly vindicated those of us who care about our health, our environment, and our treatment of animals.
End gun-free zones, allow teachers to conceal carry
End gun-free zones. Allow teachers to conceal carry. And you, the media, please stop being biased toward gun control.
Myths of gun control always miss the target
The recent slaughter at the grade school in Connecticut is an unimaginable tragedy that could never have been predicted. What can be predicted with pinpoint accuracy will be the national call to disarm honest, law-abiding citizens as a strategy to somehow prevent this from happening again.
Article didn’t accurately describe university funding request
The nature of the universities’ funding requests was not accurately described in the Nov. 30 Arizona Capitol Times article “Universities, agencies seek major spending hikes.” While the article accurately reports the total of the system’s fiscal year 2014 request, it is misleading to suggest that the universities are requesting a 29 percent budget increase.
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