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Protect Our Health Coverage Rally

March 22, 2017
Join Children’s Action Alliance and community partners for a rally at the Arizona state capitol tomorrow, calling on Congress to protect health coverage for children and families. The U.S. House of Representatives is scheduled to vote on the American Health Care Act tomorrow afternoon. This bill will kick millions of people off health insurance, including children and seniors, and make coverage unaffordable for millions of others. Read more

Urge Your Elected Officials to Say NO to the American Health Care Act

March 15, 2017
Together, we have made a huge difference; let’s keep up the good work! Here are two important actions you can take this week: 1) Today, March 16th, is National Medicaid Call-In Day. People from around the country will call Congress to tell them to vote NO on the American Health Care Act. Read more

House GOP Health Care Proposal Would Make Coverage Unaffordable for Arizonans

March 9, 2017
PDF Version  Fewer Available Tax Credits Would Hit Arizona Hard (Phoenix, AZ) – Arizona would be among the states facing the biggest cuts to tax credits in the nation under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) repeal plan being considered by House Committees this week, according to new estimates released today by the Washington, DC-based Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. Read more

Policy Brief: Arizona Families and Economy Count on the Affordable Care Act

February 21, 2017
Our latest policy brief: Arizona Families and Economy Count on Health Coverage in the Affordable Care Act.  Read more

Keep Up the Momentum: NO ACA Repeal Without Immediate Replacement

January 12, 2017
Congress is moving fast on repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA), even though they have yet to introduce a viable replacement plan that doesn’t threaten health coverage for more than 30 million Americans. While in the dark of last night the Senate voted to repeal the ACA, the vote was preliminary and procedural in nature and DOES NOT dismantle the health care law. Read more

Urgent: Tell Senators Flake and McCain to Vote NO on Repeal of ACA Without a Replacement in Place

January 4, 2017
Congress is beginning the process to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) today, which could threaten health coverage for more than 700,000 Arizonans and cause great damage to our state’s economy. We need your voice to speak up loud and clear for Arizona families to tell Senators John McCain and Jeff Flake to vote NO on an ACA repeal without an immediate replacement plan. Read more

Georgetown Study Finds Number of Uninsured Kids is Dropping

November 4, 2016
Efforts to get more kids covered by health insurance are paying off. A recent study from the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families finds the number of uninsured children in Arizona has dropped as the impact of health reform has taken effect. The percentage of kids without health coverage in Arizona declined by 30% between 2013 and 2015. Read more

KidsCare Partners Outreach Toolkit

October 18, 2016
KidsCare Questions and Answers Suggested Newsletter Article in English and Spanish Suggested Newsletter Article in English and Spanish (Word) KidsCare Social Media Posts in English and Spanish KidsCare Social Media Posts in English and Spanish (Word) KidsCare Flier/Poster in English and Spanish (8 1/2″ x 11″) KidsCare is Back! PowerPoint Presentation   Read more

New Census Data Finds Drop in Uninsured Children in Arizona

September 20, 2016
Some good news from the U.S. Census Bureau this week, as the agency released data on more than 40 different topics in the American Community Survey. Notable in the data is a significant drop in the percentage of children without health coverage in Arizona. The data, from 2015, estimates that, 8% of Arizona’s children remained uninsured in 2015, compared with 10% in 2014. Read more

Welcome Our Newest CAA Team Member

September 7, 2016
We are pleased to introduce our newest staff member, Siman Qaasim, who joins Children’s Action Alliance as Director of Health Policy. Siman is a well-seasoned public health professional, with a background in developing and administering community health programs. She joins the team from the Maricopa County Department of Public Health, where she was an administrator for the Office of School Health and Wellness Initiatives. Read more