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ACA Repeal Could Lead to ‘Age Tax’ And Older Americans Paying More for Medication

A recent study indicates the ACA repeal will force seniors to pay more while pharmaceutical companies profit billions in tax breaks. Millions of older Americans will see their prescription drug costs surge if the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is repealed, according to a new study released this week by the Center on Budget and Policy...

Arizona Working to Tackle Its Affordable Housing Crisis

Fund asks homebuyers, developers and real estate agents to donate $25 when they close on a sale

McSally Votes to Give Insurers Green Light to Sell ‘Junk’ Plans

Despite her promise to fight for Arizonans with pre-existing conditions, Senate bill does not protect those patients

Good First Step: Lake Mead Levels Prove Drought Plan Is Working

A seven-state compact to save the Colorado River from running dry and prevent future water shortages is already showing results just five months after the deal was signed, according to Arizona water leaders. Tom Buschatzke, Director of the Arizona Department of Water Resources, and Ted Cooke, General Manager of the Central Arizona Project, highlighted the...

Tribal Leaders Describe State’s Efforts to Suppress Native Vote

It’s been nearly 100 years since The Indian Citizenship Act of 1924 gave Native American men and women full citizenship — and the right to vote — but those rights are still being suppressed, according to Navajo and Gila River tribal leaders, whose comments were first reported on by Cronkite News. Appearing before the House...

Arizona Suspends Medicaid Work Requirement

State Republicans hope to reinstate rules once federal courts have their say on legal challenges to requirements in other states.

These ‘Junk Insurance’ Plans Shortchange Care, Can Deny Coverage

Companies behind these plans have come under fire for misleading policyholders and engaging in deceptive marketing practices.