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    Arizona State Sen calls GOP lawmakers irresponsible following near-total abortion ban ruling

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  • Kari Lake abruptly dumps past support for old abortion ban; exposes ignorance of child tax law

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  • ‘This happened because of Trump’: AZ Dem who shared abortion story blasts GOP over ban

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  • Republicans see abortion issue as a ‘liability’ after Arizona Supreme Court decision

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  • Mara Gay: If you support a woman's right to choose, you won't listen to GOP flip-flopping

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  • 'Hypocrisy is so rich': Growing outrage over GOP's handling of Arizona's abortion ban

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  • Kari Lake was against abortion in 2022, but after Arizona ban her tone sounds different

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  • VP Harris slams Trump as 'architect of this health care crisis' 

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  • 'They know they are losing': Democrats call GOP's bluff on repeal of Civil War-era abortion law

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  • Joy: Trump is why half of America now lives in a ‘reproductive prison’

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  • The 'unbelievable' story behind Arizona's 1864 abortion ban

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  • ‘Republicans know this is losing issue’: GOP leaders backpedal on abortion rights

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  • Voters 'left with no answers': Trump gives conflicting messages on abortion

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  • What makes Biden's new message against Trump so powerful

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  • Joe: Trump campaign in meltdown mode after abortion statement

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  • 'Donald Trump did this': Growing outrage over Arizona's abortion ruling

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  • ‘A disaster for women’: Arizona senator rips near-total abortion ban

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  • 'What freedom will you lose next?' Biden ad slams Trump over abortion ban

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  • Mika: Women in Arizona now won't have access to some life-saving health care

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  • The biggest political fights of 2024 converge in Arizona

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Alabama AG walks back suggestion women could be prosecuted for using abortion pill

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Alabama's Republican attorney general walked back comments he made suggesting that women in his state who take an abortion pill to end their pregnancy could face criminal charges. National political reporter for The Washington Post, Caroline Kitchener, reports on how the attorney general is now saying that only providers who prescribe the pill could be prosecuted.