Arizona Supreme Court upholds near-total abortion ban

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The Arizona Supreme Court has ruled that a 160-year-old near-total abortion ban still on the books in the state is enforceable. NBC News' Yamiche Alcindor reports on the consequences of the decision.

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Stories like this is why i am glad to live in Illinois!

willyjoerockhead
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"Immediately Necessary", meaning I need to be going into sepsis or actively bleeding out on the table for the pregnancy to be terminated. No consideration for any children I already have, or my fertility for any children I want in the future.

fourleaves
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Sad this isn’t even a free country anymore. If you don’t want to based on your beliefs don’t!

nbufgrz
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This is a sad and scary situation for the women of Arizona!!

stephanieann
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how can any laws law passed by a confederate slave state have a legal president in 2024 if the confederacy no longer exists.

williamduggan
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Don’t let a group of old angry men and righteous religious zealots take your freedom, it will only get worse.

shanemichael
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So new ruling should be if a man gets a woman pregnant and she is forced to keep said child then said man should be forced to raise said child with said woman. It’s not a choice sir it’s a child

brycelynch
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Maybe it's time to scour the books for laws that impact Republican money and corporations, then enforce them!!!

BTK
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The Supreme Court is still just saying it's up to the states

algorasm
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Women’s rights in Arizona are nonexistent, wishing you ladies luck. Hopefully you ladies get out and vote blue when the time comes.

juanitasilva
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Women are being held responsible for their actions. Good job AZ

henryknox
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Power to the people. No One is above the law.

bigtime
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Arizona women have to vote straight blue ticket. Otherwise you are just property from now on.

BDot-dvlq
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"there has to be some sort of punishment for the woman" -- DJT

AKayt-nmyc
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Abstinence is probably one of the most effective.100% So many options it's really shouldn't be a situation that should occur other than really dumb situations

holyspiritfilling
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The babies in the womb are smiling today.

bobhill
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Oh no... now all those women who will never have children will be UP IN ARMS about this 🤣

senorbeast
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I am pro life because my God tells me to be. I do not force my views on other and I do not like others to force their views on me. But I experience two death of babies like the ones that is mentioned in Job 3:11 talks about. I delivered a still born daughter who died in my womb when I was five month pregnant. We were told our son had Potter Syndrome and was told he was not going to live and if he did he probably would only be able to move his head. Well he was born when I seven months and just as the doctor told us he died after six hours. One child would have been 50 now and the other 37 years old but in both birth I was not and neither were my doctors worried about being questions about their died nor was we worried about going to jailed. God does sometimes calls babies back home. So now a woman and he baby can died in the park lot of a hospital because doctors will be afraid to helped her and if she gives birth to a still born baby home or the baby lives just for a few hours before she gets helped she can be charged with a crime. Unbelievable just shocking. See these men and women that supposed to know God and the bible don't are they would know that God sometimes calls babies back home.

janiceridgeway
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This is good. Let the states make their own decisions. Let people move if they can't be responsible.

OliverBoliverButt
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They upheld.the alw its the right decision they didnt make it they upheld a already there law and these comments are mad stuoid

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