The Arizona Court of Appeals ruled at the end of last week that the state’s 15-week abortion ban is now in force. That’s the good news.
The bad news for pro-life advocates in the Southwestern state is that the state’s pre-Roe abortion ban will not go into effect. The fate of the law is depending on whether the Arizona Supreme Court upholds the abortion ban.
After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the state’s 1864 pro-life law went into effect, but the Planned Parenthood abortion chain sued and a state judge blocked the legislation in October. Now, unborn babies are being aborted in the state again.
If the Arizona Supreme Court does not uphold the abortion ban, that means Arizona may have to pass a new abortion ban — something that will probably be vetoed by incoming pro-abortion Governor Katie Hobbs.
Full story at LifeNews.com.