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Arizona ruling puts abortion politics in the spotlight in battleground state | CNN Politics

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66% : Republicans' forceful rejections show abortion remains a difficult issue for their party, which has embraced the overturning of Roe v. Wade but tried to avoid the electoral backlash to draconian abortion laws.
61% : The Biden campaign announced Tuesday that Vice President Kamala Harris will attend a "reproductive freedom" event in Tucson Friday and has stressed the direct connection between Trump's efforts to appoint judges who would overturn federal abortion protections and this week's ruling.
48% : "The ruling came one day after Trump said that whatever states decide "must be the law of the land."
46% : The Arizona abortion ban news came one day after Trump released a statement in support of letting states decide their abortion laws, ending speculation that he'd back a national 15-week ban.
38% : "That'll be straightened out and as you know it's all about states' rights, that'll be straightened out and I'm sure the governor and everyone else are going to bring it back into reason and that will be taken care of, I think very quickly," Trump said on the tarmac of the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
36% : "It's a reality because of Donald Trump, who brags about being 'proudly the person responsible' for overturning Roe v. Wade, and made it possible for states to enforce cruel bans.
28% : In 2020, when Biden beat Trump in the state by fewer than 11,000 votes, Biden won 93% of voters who said abortion should be legal in all cases and 63% of those said it should be legal in most case, according to CNN exit poll data.
21% : Trump won 76% of people who said it should be illegal in all cases and 80% who said it should be illegal in most cases, but those voters made up 40% of voters.
18% : "Up to the statesThe ruling could have the biggest impact in the presidential race, with Joe Biden and Donald Trump set for a rematch this fall.

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