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Rare disease diagnosis should not relegate patients to substandard care

The State of Black Arizona is hopeful the Arizona legislature will focus on legislation that improves the lives of those it serves through eliminating harmful restrictions and protocols, and avoid the unhealthy policies that impede healthier lives for all in our state.

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Rep. Athena Salman, D-Tempe, left, talks with Rep. Reginald Bolding, D-Laveen, during a vote in the Arizona House of Representatives to end the 2020 session due to the coronavirus Tuesday, May 19, 2020, in Phoenix. Arizona House voted Tuesday not to join the Senate in ending the the 2020 legislative session, going ahead with legislation that had been in the pipeline before lawmakers paused the session in March amid concerns about the coronavirus. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

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The State of Black Arizona is hopeful the Arizona legislature will focus on legislation that improves the lives of those it serves through eliminating harmful ...