Stories tagged: "Mark Brnovich"


The new Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes, a Democrat, waves to the crowd after taking the ceremonial oath of office during a public ceremonial inauguration at the state Capitol in Phoenix, Thursday, Jan. 5, 2023. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
A Pre-Statehood Abortion Law Could Have Been Enforced Today. Arizona Voters Kept That From Happening. 

Friday marked the day the former Arizona attorney general would have enforced a pre-statehood abortion law—but due to Arizona voters, that won’t happen. 

A Conversation With Arizona Attorney General Candidate Kris Mayes

We sat down with Mayes and talked abortion rights, consumer protections, and her decision to leave the Republican Party.

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Lo que significan los resultados de las primarias de Arizona para el derecho al aborto.

Se esperan más batallas judiciales en cuanto a la vigencia de una antigua prohibición más completa del aborto en Arizona, y si una ley estatal menos estricta puede entrar en vigencia en septiembre.

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What Arizona’s Primary Results Mean for Abortion Rights

Medical clinics have halted abortion services in Arizona over uncertainties surrounding state laws surrounding women's health.

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Attorney General Brnovich Sues to Stop Anti-Discrimination Policy From Taking Effect

The new directive requires any agency or program that receives funding from the USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service—such as public schools— to prohibit discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation.

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Los estados azules se preparan para la llegada de pacientes que buscan servicios de aborto

Las clínicas de atención médica en estados como California, Nuevo México, Colorado y Washington se están preparando para convertirse en “refugios seguros” para las personas embarazadas que viven en Arizona y otros lugares donde los abortos están restringidos o prohibidos.

This photo illustration shows the websites of several Arizona abortion providers after the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Planned Parenthood Arizona and other clinics ceased abortion procedures once the decision was announced. (Photo illustration by Troy Hill/Cronkite News)
Blue States Prepare for Influx of Patients Seeking Abortion Care

Health care clinics in states including California, New Mexico, Colorado, and Washington are preparing to become “safe havens” for pregnant people living in Arizona and other places where abortions are restricted or banned.