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To break down the indictment of 11 so-called “fake electors” in Arizona, the state House repealing the 1864 abortion law and more, The Show sat down with former state lawmaker Regina Cobb and attorney and former Congressional staffer Roy Herrera.
Apr. 26, 2024
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Amid uncertainty around the future of abortion access in Arizona, Gov. Katie Hobbs is launching a new reproductive rights website.
Apr. 25, 2024
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Some abortion opponents in Arizona are disappointed following a vote in the state House of Representatives to repeal the state’s near-total abortion ban.
Apr. 25, 2024
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Arizona Speaker of the House Ben Toma joined The Show to talk more about his reaction, his retaliation and his anti-abortion position in today’s political landscape.
Apr. 25, 2024
Lupe Contreras, Tim Dunn and Matt Gress
Three Republican representatives joined all Democrats in the Arizona House of Representatives to pass a bill to repeal the state’s near-total abortion ban after weeks of stonewalling by GOP leaders.
Apr. 24, 2024
Kris Mayes
In a motion for reconsideration filed Tuesday, the Attorney General's office argues portions of the state Supreme Court’s April 9 opinion in the abortion laws case were erroneous.
Apr. 23, 2024
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Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Kari Lake said Saturday that it’s unfortunate that top Arizona officials aren’t planning to enforce the state’s near-total abortion ban.
Apr. 23, 2024
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Health-care advocate Maria-Teresa Leibermann-Parraga is particularly concerned about the ripple effects that Arizona's near-total abortion ban could have on neighboring states.
Apr. 23, 2024
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A progressive nonprofit is working to unseat Justices Kathryn Hackett King and Clint Bolick, who voted to uphold a near-total abortion ban in state law and will be up for retention on the November ballot.
Apr. 22, 2024
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom said he’s preparing to introduce emergency legislation to state lawmakers that would offer Arizona abortion providers an expedited path to getting licensed there.
Apr. 22, 2024
Cathi Herrod
Cathi Herrod has been a powerful anti-abortion voice at the state Capitol for decades — and is pushing lawmakers now to stay in line and not repeal the near-total ban.
Apr. 22, 2024
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The Senate Ethics Committee won’t hold a hearing to investigate accusations that Republican leaders in the chamber violated Senate rules when they ignored Democrats’ efforts to repeal the state’s near-total abortion ban.
Apr. 19, 2024
Rep. David Cook says enough Republicans will join with Democrats in the Arizona House next week and vote to repeal Arizona’s near-total abortion ban.
Apr. 19, 2024
OB/Gyn chair
Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes is reminding hospitals in the state that they can continue providing abortions for the time being, in spite of the recent state Supreme Court ruling putting a near-total abortion ban back into effect.
Apr. 19, 2024
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Former Arizona schools Superintendent Jaime Molera of Molera Alvarez and Gaelle Esposito of Creosote Partners joined The Show to talk about the latest on efforts to repeal Arizona’s 1864 abortion law at the state Capitol, a pair of lawmakers withdrawing from their reelection bids and more.
Apr. 19, 2024
Donald Trump
Donald Trump owes much of his presidential win in 2016 to evangelical Christian voters, who overwhelmingly supported him, despite the fact that he’s not an evangelical and often fails to uphold their purported values.
Apr. 18, 2024
Lawmakers in the Arizona Senate took a first step today toward repealing Arizona’s near-total ban on abortion that dates back to 1864.
More Arizona politics news
Apr. 17, 2024
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Gabrielle Blair is a mother of six and a writer whose most recent book is called “Ejaculate Responsibly: A Whole New Way To Think About Abortion.”
Apr. 17, 2024
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Students have a lot of factors to consider when they’re thinking about where they want to go to college — among them the cost, what programs a school offers and if they want a big school or a small one. Inside Higher Ed admissions and enrollment reporter Liam Knox has written about this.
Apr. 17, 2024
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Some southern Arizona groups are also recommending people act now to get medication abortion pills — which use a combination of drugs to incite an abortion and can be done at home.
Apr. 16, 2024

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