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Healthcare decisions are intensely personal, and everyone deserves the right to make their own healthcare decisions and from what type of healthcare coverage they purchase to what medications they take. Health reform that works must be focused on expanding choices including allowing individuals to purchase insurance across state lines, to opt for an alternative to traditional health insurance, and to allow individual patients to access promising medications.

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  • Arizona Supreme Court Allows Challenge to Medicaid Expansion to Move Forward

    Posted on December 31, 2014 | Type: Press Release

    Goldwater Institute case challenging funding for expansion will finally be heard

  • Will U.S. Supreme Court Hear Challenge to Obamacare’s Independent Payment Advisory Board?

    Posted on November 05, 2014 | Type: Press Release

    Phoenix—Today the Goldwater Institute filed a legal petition asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear its challenge to the Independent Payment Advisory Board created by the Affordable Care Act. The Independent Payment Advisory Board is a 15-member board created to set reimbursement rates for Medicare and to determine which procedures, treatments and drugs will and will not be covered by the government programs that pay for the medical treatment of more than 48 million Americans. Independent Payment Advisory Board decisions cannot be challenged in court and the Board itself cannot be repealed except for during a short window in 2017.

  • Arizona Voters Pass “Right To Try” For Terminally Ill Patients

    Posted on November 05, 2014 | Type: Press Release

  • Challenge to Arizona Medicaid Expansion in Front of Arizona Supreme Court

    Posted on November 03, 2014 | Type: Press Release

  • Right To Try Stories: Ted Harada

    Posted on October 10, 2014 | Type: Article | Author: Blake Wilson

    “There is no known cause, and no known cure...” Those were the words told to Ted Harada when he was diagnosed with ALS, commonly known as Lou Gherig’s disease in 2010. Weakness invaded his body as the disease started to take hold. At 38 years old, Ted worried about leaving his three young children behind, to face an uncertain future.

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