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Business interests, Brewer push for implementation of health care exchange (access required)

Arizona’s policymakers clashed with members of the business community and insurance industry Nov. 2 over whether to implement a key component of the federal health care overhaul. Under the federal law, states have the option to run their own health insurance exchange, which will ultimately be a web portal where individuals and businesses can buy insurance. If states choose not to implement the exchanges, the federal government will do it for them.

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Kanefield: This lawsuit is legitimate…and cheap

Gov. Jan Brewer's chief counsel, Joe Kanefield, seems to be somewhat of an unusual choice to lead the state's charge against the federal health care legislation. Kanefield, a registered Democrat, told YS that the criticism of the lawsuit coming from detractors, including Terry Goddard, appears to be baseless political sniping.

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Legal showdown looming over U.S. health care bill (access required)

A grassroots movement began several years ago to amend the state Constitution to allow Arizona residents the freedom to make all health care decisions without interference from government. But after years of pushing on the state level, the federal government has pushed back by passing a law that requires most Arizonans to buy health care insurance.

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