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  • By Cate Kortzeborn Special to the Arizona Daily Star

It’s never too late to quit smoking. While it's best to stop as early as possible, kicking the smoking habit at any age will enhance the lengt…

Newcomer Caterpillar gets an early lesson: Absurd ideologues run this state.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Director of state's Medicaid program could cut funds to groups that don't segregate money spent on abortions.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

It would punish any provider who did not "segregate taxpayer dollars from abortions."

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He's blocking a bill that would help low-income kids get to the doctor. 

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Some agencies have seen their reimbursement rates cut in half.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Plan tackles a range of Arizona issues, large and small.

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It's the only state without an active federal Children's Health Insurance Program.

Odd and interesting news from the Midwest.

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The federal comment period was supposed to close Monday, but it has been extended to Dec. 6.

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Letters on First Things First, kudos to high school band, left-turn solution.

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Changes to the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System could come next year.

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Gov. Doug Ducey says the worker is suspected in the theft of $1.5 million from AHCCCS.

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Reader statements on AHCCCS plan, bus strike impact, McCain visits, Kino intersection.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

The ruling preserves health care for about 350,000 Arizonans.

  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

The judge rejected arguments by some Republican legislators that the levy is a tax.

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Some 1.7 million Arizonans are enrolled in Medicaid, including 271,000 Pima County residents.

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Letters on big money donors, college costs, private schools, Medicaid co-pays. 

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Judge to decide whether hospitals paying "tax" to fund Medicaid expansion.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Money has helped pay for expansion of state's insurance for poor residents.