Arizona's Prop 101, barring universal health insurance, too close to call
As of late Wednesday, Nov. 5, Arizona's Proposition 101, which would block the state from requiring everyone to get health insurance, is still up for grabs. The vote is virtually tied: 865,286 vote for and 867,425 vote against, with 99.1% of polls reporting, according to the Secretary of State.
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