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Please select from the several issues listed below. By clicking take action you can directly contact your state Legislators. 


Thank you for doing the right thing for Arizona

I am extremely thankful for your willingness to stand strong, reach across the aisle, and make tough decisions to better our State.

Because of your courageous actions, over 63,000 people in our great state will not lose their health insurance and the will of Arizonans will be preserved.

Arizona will now become the example for balanced health care policies that other states should follow.

Arizona thanks you! 



Medicaid Restoration - The Right Thing To Do

On January 1st, 2014, as many as 63,000 Arizonans will lose access to their health care.  Cancer patients will no longer receive potentially lifesaving treatment, patients on the transplant list will be left to die and Arizona citizens with mental health and behavioral health issues will be cut off from their medication and recovery plans.

Supporting the Governor’s plan to restore Medicaid will stop these horrible cuts and will fulfill our responsibility to the state’s most vulnerable citizens.  Your “yes” vote on the Medicaid restoration package will save thousands of lives.  Please support the Governor’s plan to restore Medicaid – it’s the right thing to do.



Stand With the Governor

Recently, the Senate passed a budget which included the critically important Medicaid restoration package.  Nineteen Senators stood with the Governor to restore Medicaid benefits to Arizona’s most vulnerable population.  Without passage of the budget by the House of Representatives, as many as 63,000 people will lose their access to health care.

Please stand with the Governor and the 19 courageous senators who chose people over politics.  Please support the Governor’s plan to restore Medicaid.  Your support will save lives.




People Not Politics

If Arizona does not restore Medicaid coverage, more than 60,000 Arizonans will be dropped from their healthcare at the end of 2013.  Regardless of their health condition, people who need help the most will not receive it.

Not only will restoring Medicaid save the lives of many Arizonans, it is the fiscally responsible thing to do, ensuring we will not put Arizona's bud