That’s the number of women who will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime according to the American Cancer […]
One of my areas of focus at the Arizona Capitol is advocating for compassionate, commonsense solutions so Arizona seniors can […]
Rep. Heather Carter (R-Cave Creek) champions a three-part holistic approach for Arizona: the importance of health care for Arizona’s economy, […]
PHOENIX (AP) — Some Arizona lawmakers and physicians are raising a red flag about a bill that would allow optometrists […]
HB2605, A bill aimed at providing Arizona teachers suicide prevention training was unanimously approved Thursday in the Senate Education Committee.
That is the idea behind the state’s Freedom to Work program, run by the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, the state’s Medicaid program. It allows people who receive federal disability benefits — a monthly check and health-care benefits — to start or continue work without losing those benefits.
Effective partnerships with the local offices of elected officials around the United States are important for all NCIV member organizations. […]
This week, the Arizona Republic printed my opinion letter regarding our state priorities, education and healthcare. Our next legislative session […]
For the second consecutive month, the unemployment rate in Arizona has dropped. While we made some positive changes last Session, […]
HB 2552, more commonly known as equine agricultural property tax classification, reclassifies land used for breeding, raising, training or keeping […]