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Seniors need relief from extreme heat

Extreme heat has made summer a particularly deadly time for vulnerable populations throughout Arizona. Last summer, over 500 people — many of them seniors — tragically perished following days of unrelenting temperatures soaring far past 100 degrees.

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Texas abortion law unleashes bounty hunters

Some in Arizona have already praised this ruling and said we should do it here in 2022. Those claiming to be “pro-life” are not – or they would get a shot and wear a mask, oppose the death penalty, leave water in the desert, pay for maternal health care etc.

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Consider a professional association, not a union

While we as professional associations don’t always agree on legislative policy, we did agree the recent initiative by the Service Employees International Union was bad for the health and health care of Arizonans and would hurt health care workers. My intention is that insight helps enlighten health care professionals and the public for alternatives to out-of-state unions and their influence on Arizona legislation and health care policy.

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Passage of the PRO Act is best for workers

The PRO Act will remove the many obstacles keeping workers from their right to join a union and ensure those newly-formed bargaining units reach a first contract. It will also eliminate anti-worker “right-to-work” laws, helping to boost wages and make safer workplaces across the nation. The PRO Act is the labor law reform that has been desperately needed for decades.

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