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Arizona | In the News

Ariz. Antiabortion-Rights Bill Heads to Gov.
The Arizona Senate on Wednesday voted 18-11 to advance a bill (SB 1318) that would impose several abortion restrictions, the AP/Sacramento Bee reports.

Featured Blogs
"Mississippi Abortion Clinic 'Not Going Anywhere' After Vandalism," (Wilson, RH Reality Check, 3/24); "Arizona May Force Doctors To Tell Women Their Abortion Can Be Reversed," (Culp-Ressler, "ThinkProgress," Center for American Progress, 3/26).

Ariz. House Passes Bill That Would Add Several New Abortion Restrictions
The Arizona House on Monday voted 33-24 to pass a bill (SB 1338) that includes several antiabortion-rights provisions, the AP/Miami Herald reports.

Featured Blogs
"Repro Wrap: Massive Medication Abortion Attacks and Other News" (Marty, Care2, 3/13); CPCs: "Crisis Pregnancy Center' Tells Woman her IUD was a Baby" (Culp-Ressler, "ThinkProgress," Center for American Progress, 3/13).

Ariz. Bill To Ban Abortion Coverage in ACA Marketplace Now Includes Biased Counseling Mandate
An Arizona House committee last week voted 5-3 to advance an antiabortion-rights measure (SB 1318) after adding an amendment to require physicians to tell women medically unproven statements about reversing a medication abortion, the AP/Casa Grande Dispatch reports.

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Arizona | In the Courts

This section provides a brief overview of significant cases impacting reproductive rights and health in Arizona.

NAACP v. Horne
Federal court challenge to a 2011 Arizona law that requires providers to certify that a patient's reasons for seeking abortion care are unrelated to the race or sex of the fetus.

Planned Parenthood Arizona Incorporated et al v. Humble
Federal court challenge to Arizona statute and implementing regulations that impose restrictions on medication abortion and force abortion clinics to administer medication in an outdated manner.

Planned Parenthood Arizona Incorporated et al v. Humble
State court challenge to an Arizona law and related regulations that impose restrictions on medication abortion and force abortion clinics to administer medication in an outdated manner.

Isaacson v. Horne
Challenge to an unconstitutional Arizona law that prohibits abortion after 20 weeks following the woman's last menstrual period.

Planned Parenthood Arizona v. Betlach
Challenge brought in federal court to Arizona law that prohibits public family planning funds from going to abortion providers or entities affiliated with abortion providers.

Planned Parenthood Arizona v. Horne
Challenge to 2010 Arizona abortion clinic licensing regulations that effectively prohibit qualified nurse practitioners from providing first-trimester surgical abortion and medication abortion, prohibit qualified physician assistants from providing medication abortion, and impose medically unnecessary and inappropriate clinical requirements on the provision of medication abortion.

Arizona | More Information

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