Detective Enrique Chavez logs weapons from a gun buyback in Miami. Arizona's new law requires municipalities to re-sell weapons recovered in such programs. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Luz Sepada, 59, lives in South Tucson, Ariz. Before the University of Arizona Health Plan assumed control of her medical care, Sepada was hospitalized 10 times in one year. After she was assigned a UAHP case manager, Sepada has been able to stay at home with no trips to the emergency department. Sarah Varney/KHN hide caption

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Arizona Seeks To Balance Patients And Profits With Home Care

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J.T. Ready is a reputed neo-Nazi who has been conducting heavily armed patrols to catch illegal aliens in the Arizona desert. J.T. Ready/AP hide caption

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Pastor Warren H. Stewart of First Institutional Baptist Church in Phoenix joins other clergy members to demonstrate against SB 1070. John Rose/NPR hide caption

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Listen To Some Voices Heard Outside The Supreme Court

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