Judges grill Arizona lawyer over anti-abortion law | AZ Central (AP)

AZ Central (AP): Aden said that since the Medicaid statute does not further define “qualified,” the state should have broad powers to determine its meaning. “They have the authority to impose reasonable qualifications,” Aden said. But Bybee and Berzon seemed to take issue with Aden’s construction of the state’s authority. Bybee said Arizona’s interpretation of Medicaid law would open the door to a broad range of restrictions on medical providers.