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FEATURING AMY FITCH-HEACOCK - The Arizona Supreme Court earlier this month restored a civil war era law banning abortion in all cases except when the life of the biological parent was in jeopardy. It is currently considered the most draconian abortion ban in the nation. When that law was first enacted in 1864, scientists did not even understand how ovulation worked. The ruling comes ahead of a ballot measure in the November election that seeks to enshrine abortion access in the state’s constitution. Pro-choice advocates say there is an increased surge of interest in passing the measure now.

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