Bill sponsors say it is necessary to cut off “backdoor funding” of abortions.
Sadly, it doesn’t look likely to pass.
Two of the clinics that were unable to provide abortion services due to the new state law requiring all abortions be done by a doctor will be resuming the practice.
“[Y]ou don’t have to identify with either side in the anti-abortion dispute to conclude that the heartbeat bill should be defeated, because it is simply bad law.”
A ban on tax credits for those who donate to organizations that mention abortion may be blocked in court.
The abortion restrictions passed by the state in 2009 will now go into effect.
The state legislature has passed a bill saying you cannot count a donation to a group that mentions or refers for abortions as a charitible contribution.
Today marks the first day of new roadblocks in getting abortions in the state of Arizona.
An injunction on laws passed in 2009 has now been lifted.
A new rule requiring all abortions must be performed by a doctor may force three clinics to stop offering them all together.