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 A Pima County Superior Court Judge today put Arizona’s Territorial-Era abortion ban back into effect, further muddying the reproductive rights of Arizonans following the Supreme Court’s scuttling of Roe v. Wade.

Today’s decision grants relief from the 1973, post-Roe decision enjoining the ban (which dates back to 1864). Judge Kellie Johnson determined that she had to grant relief from that 1973 judgment – the parties all agreed that the Dobbs decision was a significant change of law warranting relief.

However, the parties did not agree on what she should do after granting relief. Current Attorney General Mark Brnovich

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