Arizona considers eliminating autism insurance mandate

04/19/2011 | Disability Scoop

Arizona legislators are considering changes to the state's insurance laws that would eliminate mandated coverage for autism treatment, among other requirements. Supporters of the change say it will spur competition and might not lead to scaled-back coverage. The advocacy group Autism Speaks disagrees, saying such a move would financially devastate families who didn't have autism coverage.

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