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Ducey OKs abortion law repeals and bill targeting providers


Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation Tuesday that repeals a pair of laws targeting abortion that state attorneys said appeared to be indefensible in court but signed another bill that opponents say is designed to make it easier to cut off abortion providers from Medicaid funding.By BOB CHRISTIE Associated PressPHOENIXArizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation Tuesday that repeals a pair of laws targeting abortion that state attorneys said appeared to be indefensible in court but signed another bill that opponents say is designed to make it easier to cut off abortion providers from Medicaid funding.The Republican signed legislation in March that locked in outdated federal guidelines covering the most commonly used abortion drug, defying new FDA rules implemented the same week.

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