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Arizona Planned Parenthood Resumes Abortions Statewide

Abortions in Arizona are currently legal up to 15 weeks, although the state attorney general has argued in favor of a total ban on the procedure.

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Arizona Abortions Will Continue Until at Least Mid-November

Abortions in Arizona will continue until at least mid-November, although still limited in scope due to a ban on the procedure after 15 weeks of pregnancy, passed by the Republican-led state Legislature.

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Appeals Court Ruling Allows Arizona Abortions to Restart

Now, the law governing access to abortions will allow the medical procedure up to 15 weeks of pregnancy. before Roe v. Wade was overturned, the limit was 24 weeks.

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Arizona Clinic Has Workaround for Abortion Pill Ban

Here's how it works: patients will have an ultrasound in Arizona, get a prescription through a telehealth appointment with a California doctor, and then have it mailed to a post office at the California border, all for free.

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Abortion Is Now Illegal in Arizona in Almost All Cases. Here’s How We Got Here.

More than 90% of Arizonans oppose the state’s current abortion ban, a law that had until now been blocked by the 1973 Supreme Court ruling in Roe v. Wade.

Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, left, the Democratic nominee for governor, and Kris Mayes, a Democrat running for attorney general, speak to reporters outside the Arizona Attorney General's Office in Phoenix on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2022. (AP Photo/Jonathan J. Cooper)
Democrats Condemn Arizona Abortion Ruling

Democrats are speaking out after Pima County Judge Kellie Johnson allowed an 1864 Arizona territorial law banning most abortions to go back into effect Friday. 

FILE - Protesters march around the Arizona Capitol in Phoenix after the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, Friday, June 24, 2022. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, File)
Almost All Abortion Now Illegal in Arizona

Almost all abortion is now illegal in Arizona after a judge allowed an 1864 law to go back in effect Friday.