If you have a doctor, ask for a copy of the state’s prescription drug label, since Arizona does not have an opt-out system for prescription drugs.
You can also call the state health department for a list of approved pharmacies, but you will need to fill out a form to get the correct number of prescriptions for each.
The state does not require insurers to offer prescription drugs through health care providers, though it does require them to cover drugs from approved pharmacies.
You can find out if your state has an opt out system here.
Health insurers in the state can opt out of providing coverage to transgender people, but many are still reluctant to do so.
The issue is being hotly debated at the state Capitol and in the Arizona Legislature, where Republicans have vowed to kill the opt-outs.
Arizona’s Republican governor, Doug Ducey, has pledged to sign a law to repeal the law, which is the subject of an ongoing lawsuit.
The state’s Health and Human Services department has said it is working to ensure that transgender people are treated equally under state and federal law, but that has been a challenge in the past.
The Department of Human Services says it has received more than 700 complaints about the state Medicaid expansion program.
The department says it is currently evaluating more than 30 complaints.
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