Arizona: Governor Katie Hobbs Statement on Extremist Republicans Yet Again Failing to Repeal 1864 Total Abortion Ban

Phoenix, AZ ~ Phoenix, AZ - After the Arizona House failed to repeal the 1864 total abortion ban, Governor Katie Hobbs expressed her disappointment in a statement released today. The governor criticized Republican extremists in the House for not taking action to repeal the ban, stating that their failure to do so has already had devastating effects on women, doctors, and healthcare providers in just one week.

Governor Hobbs called on the Legislature to fulfill their duty and repeal the law, emphasizing that it is unacceptable for a law written by 27 men in 1864 to dictate the lives of millions of Arizona women. She urged politicians to put aside their political agendas and prioritize the well-being and freedoms of all Arizonans.

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In the meantime, Governor Hobbs reassured her commitment to protecting the rights of every individual in Arizona and ensuring that women have access to necessary healthcare services. She emphasized that it is time for action and for politicians to do what is right for their constituents.

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