Preying on vulnerable Arizonans during this time of uncertainty is wrong. Here are some of the scams we’re aware of, but always check for verified sources and follow the advice of medical professionals. Stay safe.
Arizonans who receive assistance through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) will soon be able to buy food online from Walmart or Amazon because the state's request for the change gained federal approval.
Arizonans should be wearing cloth face coverings — masks — when they go out in public, the state's health director said Wednesday.
In the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, polling data collected from 1,000 Arizonans offers insight into what issues residents are most concerned about.
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I've got a message for Arizonans: I will protect Social Security and Medicare. Period.
Six years ago today, it became illegal for insurance companies to discriminate against you because of a pre-existing condition. We can’t go back to a time where millions of Arizonans with pre-existing conditions, like myself, were forced to pay unaffordable rates or go uninsured.
There's a dangerous lawsuit being argued in federal court today to dismantle the health care system and eliminate protections for Arizonans with pre-existing conditions. I'll take on anyone who comes after these protections or tries to raise health care costs on Arizona families.
There is no evidence of "electoral corruption" in Arizona, Mr. President. Thousands of dedicated Arizonans work in a non-partisan fashion every election cycle to ensure that every vote is counted. We appreciate their service.