Appellate judges grilled an assistant attorney general over his claim that a territorial-era law banning most abortions once again makes the practice a crime despite a new law specifically permitting doctors to terminate a pregnancy through the 15th week of pregnancy. And hanging in the balance is whether abortions will remain legal in Arizona.
An Arizona-based law firm founded to defend what it says are Christian values in court is trying to block the most used method of abortion.
An oft refrain of the forced pregnancy crowd is that they didn’t seek to attack the pregnant woman but to help her. Reality has exposed that lie.
Nearly four years after a woman ended an unwanted pregnancy with abortion pills obtained at a Phoenix clinic, she finds herself mired in an ongoing lawsuit over that decision.
Arizonans will not get a chance to constitutionally protect abortion rights, at least not this year.
Some Arizona doctors are seeking an emergency order blocking the state from enforcing a provision of a 2021 law that purports to give the same legal rights to a fetus as anyone else.
A bill seeking to repeal a 2017 law requiring life-saving measures for fetuses delivered alive failed to pass out of the House Judiciary Committee today, an outcome predicted by the bill’s sponsor long before two hours of debate that she sought to avoid.
Arizona health officials are drafting new rules on regulation of abortion clinics as required under a wide-ranging 2012 state law.
Gov. Jan Brewer signed a law prohibiting abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy in most cases, making Arizona one of only a handful of states in the country with such a restriction.
A new bill introduced in the Arizona House would generally bar abortions starting at 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Arizona’s pro-life movement is considering a proposal to outlaw abortion once a heartbeat is detected in a fetus, an idea that is designed to directly confront Roe v. Wade, the landmark court ruling that ensures a woman’s right to terminate a pregnancy.
Gov. Jan Brewer has signed legislation to ban abortions for people who want them because of race or gender.