Real-world impact of Arizona abortion ruling begins to emerge

Real-world impact of Arizona abortion ruling begins to emerge

Gov. Katie Hobbs, who’s serving Arizona only until Jesus returns in glory to root through all those boxes of unscanned Kari Lake votes, is extending a lifeline to the state’s women after Republicans turned the clock back even further than usual.

While Republicans work on new state slogans—“What Happens in Arizona Stays in Arizona, Unless You Can Afford a Bus Ticket to Mexico” is the current favorite—Hobbs is actually doing something to help state residents who’ve been blindsided by the Arizona Supreme Court’s decision to subject women to the harsh dictates of the state’s long-dormant 1864 abortion ban.

Hobbs is hoping to reassure state residents as chaos ensues in the wake of the court’s decision on Tuesday reviving a law that bans nearly all abortions. And while the current situation is both frightening and grim, Hobbs is doing what she can to allow her constituents to remain citizens in good standing of the 21st century.

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