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The New Abortion Law in Arizona
The New Abortion Law in Arizona

AIR DATE: April 18, 2012

Arizona has become a bellwether state for a lot of conservative causes but mostly it's been in the headlines on immigration issues. Governor Jan Brewer has just signed a bill setting new restrictions on abortion in Arizona and imposing additional medical requirements. It may be headed to the U.S. Supreme Court, but in the interim it may also have some women thinking that they need to come to Nevada.
Allison Yarrow, reporter, Newsweek and The Daily Beast

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Why is it that those who profess to want less government also want to expand government powers to the point of regulating what Americans can do with their own bodies?
Jim in HendersonApr 17, 2012 08:54:34 AM
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