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Arizona just revived an 1864 law criminalizing abortion. Here's what's happening in other states - West Hawaii Today

none  Apr 13, 2024 View Original Article
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    74% Very Conservative

  • Reliability

    25% ReliablePoor

  • Policy Leaning

    90% Extremely Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    3% Positive

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

54% : For his part, Trump has taken credit for the Supreme Court appointments.
45% : This week, Maine lawmakers all but ensured an amendment to enshrine abortion right into the state constitution will not go before voters there this year.
44% : Enforcement to begin soon on Ariz.'s strict banThe Arizona Supreme Court settled a confounding abortion policy question in the state this week, ruling that enforcement can begin soon on a ban adopted in 1864 on abortion at all stages of pregnancy with exceptions only to safe the life of the mother.
42% : "Courts elsewhereLawyers representing the state government in Iowa went before the state supreme court there Thursday asking that a ban on abortion once cardiac activity can be detected -- around six weeks -- be allowed to take effect.
41% : The day of the Arizona ruling, Biden launched an ad campaign in Arizona blaming Trump, the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, for clearing the way to the decision by appointing U.S. Supreme Court justices who overturned Roe v. Wade in 2022, ending a nationwide right to abortion and setting off state-by-state fights.
40% : The issue is primarily in state courts because it revolves around state constitutional questions.
28% : Developments this week in Arizona underscored something that was already apparent about the 2024 elections in the United States: Abortion is going to loom large as an issue in state and federal elections -- including the presidential race -- and directly in the form of referendums in some states.
27% : Monday, Trump declined to endorse a federal ban, instead saying abortion should be up to the states.
24% : After Tuesday's ruling, Trump said the Arizona ruling will make the ban there go too far.

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