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Health care for kids shouldn’t be a state secret (access required)

There’s a secret that schools want to share with working parents – if you can’t afford health insurance for your kids, you might be able to get it for just $10 to $35 a month. Unfortunately, the state of Arizona has a policy designed to withhold this information. More than 110,000 working families in Arizona may be ...

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