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Both sides declare victory in abortion battle


Both sides declare victory in abortion battle
Arizona Capitol Times

Bills that sought to clamp down on when and how doctors can administer medication abortions, as well as requirements that they tell women their abortions can be reversed, were repealed this year.Complete access to news articles on azcapitoltimes.com is available to Arizona Capitol Timesâ subscribers who are logged in. Subscribers may login at the login tab below. Others may join our audience of successful Arizonans with a subscription today.Already a paid subscriber but not registered for online access yet? For instructions on how to get premium web access, click here.Forgot your password?abortion abortion laws Center for Arizona Policy legislature Planned Parenthood 5:00 am Tue, May 31, 2016Arizona Capitol TimesPrevious: David Gowan: Preferring not to comment Leave a Reply Cancel replyFind us on FacebookTop Capitol Times NewsBoth sides declare victory in abortion battle Cities taken aback as lawmakers clamp down on local authority Ex-contractor says Reagan inaccurately faulted him for pamphlet error Model government: Arizona lawmakers outsource legislative ideasArizona joins challenge to transgender directiveBackers of higher minimum wage already have 90,000 signaturesCopyright © 2016 Arizona Capitol Times 1835 W.

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