protesters, DPS, Glover, police, officers, Hoffman, Shope, Kern, Senate
Mar 24, 2023

New DPS director says different approach should be used for protesters

Nearly nine months after Department of Public Safety officers used tear gas on protesters without warning, the department’s new director said officers should take a different approach before dispersing the chemical agent.  

pro-life, climber, Chase Tower, Phoenix, Let Them Live, abortion
Feb 8, 2023

Pro-life climber scales Phoenix’s tallest building, then detained

A man who is a professional climber scaled Phoenix's tallest building Tuesday before being booked into jail on charges of trespassing and criminal nuisance, police said. Maison Des Champs, 23, bills himself as "The Official Pro-Life Spider-Man" and climbed the 483-foot Chase Tower in downtown Phoenix.

Crane, O'Halleran, Trump, 2nd Congressional District, 1st Congressional District, redistricting, general election, ballots, pro-life, HighGround Inc., CHIPS and Science Act,
Nov 11, 2022

Republican Crane beats incumbent O’Halleran in 2nd Congressional District

Eli Crane, the candidate endorsed by former President Donald Trump in the red-heavy 2nd Congressional District, beat Democratic incumbent Tom O’Halleran, according to a call by the Associated Press.

abortion, protests, Tucson, Supreme Court, Roe v. Wade, Bittner v. United States, Dobbs vs. Jackson Women's Health, Tucson
Nov 4, 2022

Tucson woman arrested in abortion-rights protest during Supreme Court hearing

A Tucson woman was one of three people arrested Wednesday after they disrupted a Supreme Court hearing with a protest over the court’s decision to reverse its 1973 ruling that had recognized a right to an abortion.

abortion, Arizona Supreme Court, Roe v. Wade, personhood, fetus, Miranda, 15 weeks, fetal abnormality, pregnancy, fathers, women, doctors, ACLU
Oct 25, 2022

Pro-life Dems throw wrench in party plans and contradict campaign messaging

Two pro-life Democrats are contradicting the party’s message that voting for the Democratic ticket means protecting abortion from statewide bans.

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May 4, 2022

Pro-life Ducey OK with planned execution

Gov. Doug Ducey said Wednesday his self-proclaimed "pro-life'' position covers only abortions and not executions - even those carried out in the name of the state.

Sep 3, 2021

Pro-life politicians aren’t for life after birth

With all due respect to those with strong opinions, please take a minute to read another belief based on research and fact.

abortion, Arizona Supreme Court, Roe v. Wade, personhood, fetus, Miranda, 15 weeks, fetal abnormality, pregnancy, fathers, women, doctors, ACLU
Jan 29, 2021

Assuring reproductive justice would make AZ truly pro-life state

On January 22, we marked the 48th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision. Prior to 1973, access to abortion wasn’t considered a right in America. Many women, especially poor women, were forced to choose between an untenable pregnancy, death or serious injury from a dangerous black-market abortion – even if pregnancy itself was a threat to their life or health. Sadly, for far too many in 2021,[...]

Jul 9, 2020

Hold politicians like anti-choice Senator McSally accountable

The people of Arizona deserve leaders who will represent them fairly and advocate for them. Senator McSally has proven that she is not this leader, and will not fight for the freedom and dignity of all Arizonans.

abortion, Center for Arizona Policy, 15 weeks, Pima County, Arizona Court of Appeals
Nov 27, 2017

Cathi Herrod

Cathi Herrod, who earned her law degree from the University of Texas at Austin, has her share of critics. But to supporters, she is a smart strategist, an effective articulator of the center’s agenda and a fearless apologist of the conservative right.

Nov 13, 2017

Federal agency takes abortion stance, says life begins at conception

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has changed key language in its newly released draft strategic plan that puts the department in the center of the heated debate over abortion.

Sep 22, 2017

Court losses piling up for anti-abortion legislation, cost state millions

The state of Arizona has been ordered to pay roughly $2.2 million in legal fees in the past eight years to organizations that challenge restrictive abortion laws adopted by the Republican-controlled state Legislature.