An Arizona Health Insurance Reform Amendment, also known as Proposition 106, or HCR 2014, will be on the November 2, 2010 ballot in Arizona as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment. State legislators in both the Arizona State Senate and Arizona House of Representatives voted to put the measure before the state's voters. The proposed amendment to the Arizona Constitution was sponsored by state representative Nancy Barto. Proposition 106 would amend the Arizona Constitution by barring any rules or regulations that would force state residents to participate in a health-care system. The proposed amendment would also ensure that individuals would have the right to pay for private health insurance http://ballotpedia.org/wiki/index.p...rance_Reform_Amendment,_Proposition_106_(2010) While I was confident that this would pass and did see that other measures like this passed around the country, it's my opinion that this law sets up a conflict with existing Federal Law in the healthcare bill. So the Federal Govt. will choose to do one of two things, one is they will seek to have this tossed out in court, or simply choose not to enforce it here in Arizona. Frankly, given the current Administrations love for taking our state to court these day's, I'm sure that this one will soon find it's way into the courts as well. However, I am glad to see that the question will soon be answered one way or the other.