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BY DANNY SHAPIRO |KTAR.com
Connecticut’s top politicians are inviting Arizona businesses to relocate if they are unhappy with the Grand Canyon State’s restrictive abortion laws following the overturning of Roe vs. Wade.
Gov. Ned Lamont and Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz, both Democrats, on Friday released an open letter to businesses in Arizona and other states that banned or severely restricted abortions after Supreme Court’s decision to overturn nearly 50 years of constitutional protections.
“We are writing to any business owner that is disappointed in the stance of their current state,” the Connecticut politicians said. “If you are looking to relocate to a state that supports the rights of women and whose actions and laws are unwavering in support of tolerance and inclusivity, Connecticut is for you.”