Sen. Collins’ opposition kills GOP health care drive
The last-gasp Republican drive to tear down President Barack Obama's health care law essentially died Monday as Maine Sen. Susan Collins joined a small but decisive cluster of GOP senators in opposing the push.
Ducey says he still supports health care bill
Ducey tweet reacting to McCain's announcement Friday doesn't mention McCain but says the governor still supports the bill and encourages others to do the same.
Arizona is ready for repeal and replace as premiums keep rising
We can’t stop now, Arizona. We need to continue the conversation about repealing the disastrous health care system called the Affordable Care Act (ACA), aka Obamacare. While dialogue about a bipartisan effort to draft a new bill may be the feel-good news of the moment, it must be known that this kind of effort will end up propping up the current law and further entrench the current failing syste[...]
Trump reaches a new low in vow to sabotage Affordable Care Act
Recent polls indicate that 70-80 percent of Americans support cornerstones of the Affordable Care Act, including incentivizing states to expand Medicaid while concurrently assisting low- and moderate-income people in obtaining affordable health coverage, and prohibiting insurers from denying coverage due to pre-existing conditions.
Ducey wants federal cap on AZ medical malpractice awards
Gov. Doug Ducey wants Congress to adopt limits on what jurors can award to medical malpractice victims, a cap that Arizona voters have previously rejected multiple times.
Repeal and replace effort must include these key components supporting a free market
We’ve reached a pivotal tipping point – or more likely a breaking point – when it comes to our nation’s health care system. No matter where you fall on the political spectrum, most of us agree the current model must change.
Report: Obamacare repeal could hit state public health funding
Repealing the Affordable Care Act could cost Arizona more than $46 million in federal public health funds over five years, according to a report released on January 17 by a national health policy organization.