The so-called war is a substitute for serious thought.
Republican activist Parralee Schneider, of Tucson, named to party leadership.
Pearce quit his post this week following controversial remarks about Medicaid.
The following editorial appeared Monday in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
In this May 15, 2012 file photo, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius speaks in Bethesda, Md. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana, File)
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PHOENIX - Arizona businesses that designate themselves as a "religiously affiliated employer" will no longer have to include contraception in the insurance coverage they provide for their workers.
This is the news this week from Arizona, also known as the latest scoop from the Tea Party's sand box.
PHOENIX — An Arizona Senate vote provides the final legislation approval for a bill to allow more employers to exempt themselves from the state’s requirement that health plans cover contraception.
PHOENIX - A divided state House voted Thursday to expand the list of employers that can refuse to include contraceptive coverage in their health-care plans for workers.
PHOENIX - State senators voted Thursday to resurrect a controversial measure over contraceptive funding after its chief proponent promised to change it.
Lawmakers who support a religious exemption allowing employers to opt out of contraception coverage received these gifts on Thursday.
PHOENIX - Arizona employers will not be able to deny contraceptive coverage to their workers because of their religious beliefs.
PHOENIX — Several dozen state lawmakers got an unusual -- and unsolicited — gift Thursday: their very own uterus.
PHOENIX (AP) — A conservative bill that aimed to limit birth control coverage and generated a heated political fight is being revived in the Arizona Legislature.
PHOENIX - A state representative who introduced legislation that would let more Arizona employers drop coverage for contraceptives defended her proposal at a rally Friday, responding to critics who say it intrudes on women's private lives.
PHOENIX - A Senate panel voted Monday to let employers with religious or moral objections refuse to include contraceptive coverage in their health insurance plans for their workers.
Women's health has become an important men's issue.
PHOENIX - The state House voted Thursday to allow any employer to refuse to provide contraceptive coverage based on its religious beliefs.