More than 160,000 Arizonans have signed up for Medicaid since coronavirus-related shutdowns began in March.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden demands a united national response to the coronavirus crisis, while Trump writes off mounting deaths.
The facility almost lost its Medicaid contract after an incapacitated 29-year-old Native woman was sexually assaulted in 2018.
Two Arizona lawmakers are working together to improve maternal and infant health in the state with a package of six new bills.
The Healthy Adult Opportunity gives states the opportunity to apply for block grants, which would cap the amount of federal funding they receive to fund Medicaid.