In Swing State of Arizona, a Near-Total Abortion Ban From 1864 Takes Effect

“People here understand that everyone should be free to make personal medical decisions and determine when or whether to have children, without government interference,” said Civia Tamarkin, president of the National Council of Jewish Women Arizona which has challenged several Arizona abortion bans. “Access to reproductive health care is vital to women and all who can become pregnant. We will roll up our sleeves, devise ways to help those who need care. Above all, we will vigorously pursue solutions—in the courts, at the legislature, and on the ballot.”

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