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Arizona abortion rights advocates propose amendment to state constitution

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Abortion rights advocates in Arizona filed the initial paperwork on Tuesday to put a proposed amendment to the state constitution on the ballot in 2024 that would affirm the right to an abortion in Arizona. Abortion has been a contentious issue in Arizona.

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Arizona Governor signs executive order to protect abortion rights

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Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs announced an executive order on Friday that protects abortion rights within the state one year after the Dobbs v. Abortion is generally legal before 15 weeks in Arizona under a law passed by former Governor Doug Ducey. Jackson’s Women’s Health Organization decision. We are charging forward.

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Judge dismisses former Arizona gubernatorial candidate’s election misconduct lawsuit

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A judge for the Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County dismissed a lawsuit by former Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake on Monday, denying Lake’s final claims of election misconduct in the 2022 Arizona general election. Well, we can play by those same rules. We’ve got to work in this rigged, corrupt system.

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Supreme Court of Arizona Eliminates Peremptory Challenges

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The Supreme Court of Arizona has taken the landmark step of eliminating peremptory challenges from jury selection in both civil and criminal cases. So, what does this mean, and why did the court do it? During jury selection, there are.

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Arizona appeals court blocks enforcement of 1901 abortion ban

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An Arizona state appeals court Friday blocked enforcement of a 1901 abortion ban, which bans all abortions unless the procedure is necessary to save a pregnant person’s life. Planned Parenthood said, with the stay in place, Arizona clinics will now resume abortion procedures.

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US federal judge blocks Arizona ‘personhood’ abortion law

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US District Court Judge Douglas Rayes Monday blocked Arizona’s “personhood” law from taking effect. This order only affects the “personhood” law and not the other abortion laws on Arizona’s books.

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Navajo Nation AG finds hundreds affected by Arizona sober home Medicaid scams

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Navajo Nation Attorney General Ethel Branch announced in a press conference and confirmed in a Monday interview with ABC 15 Arizona that Navajo law enforcement have found 271 Native Americans in Phoenix, Arizona—mostly of the Navajo Nation—who lost housing due to the closure of sober living homes found to have defrauded Medicaid.