Brewer’s plan, which would bring $1.6 billion in federal funding by fiscal 2015. The money would cover roughly 350,000 uninsured Arizonans…
Sponsored by Rep. Heather Carter (R-Cave Creek), chair of the House Health Committee, HB2064 streamlines the process for licensed military medical professionals to receive permits for training at the Scottsdale Healthcare Military Training Center. Signed by Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer
By Josh Thrall April 3, 2013 A proposed Arizona House Bill could streamline the process by which ASU transfers technological […]
MY TURN By HEATHER CARTER Arizona’s recently introduced Health and Safety Audit Privilege bill (HB 2485) is a victory for […]
“They live longer than dogs, they can be trained to do different tasks than dogs can be trained to do, and just to answer the question that everyone has been asking in the halls, for the record, they’re fully potty trained,” she said.
Here in District 15, we take our liberties and rights seriously. I am reminded today, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, […]
Copper Shield award will be presented to Arizona State Representative Heather Carter, who has acted to help the state’s veterans, military service members, their families and survivors.
13 people to watch in 2013 By The RepublicWed Dec 26, 2012 11:55 AM The year is limping to its […]
The Arizona Republic Wednesday, August 1, 2012 The newly drawn Legislative District 15 looks like an old typewriter spread across […]
HHS names Scottsdale Healthcare to lead nurse training program Hospitals to team with nursing schools for four-year initiative to train […]