Abortion rights won’t be on the Arizona ballot in November as signature drive comes up short

By Mary Jo Pitzl |Arizona Republic

An effort to ensure abortion rights in Arizona failed to get enough signatures to get on the November ballot, but supporters say they’ve tapped into a vein of voter activism that could fuel a similar effort in 2024.

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The Right to Reproductive Freedom Act would have left matters from birth control to abortion in the hands of women and their doctors, and would have barred any government efforts to penalize or restrict any licensed medical professional who provide services involving reproductive rights.


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