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August 1, 2012- The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit today blocked the most extreme abortion ban in the country.
July 30, 2012- A federal court in Arizona today upheld the most extreme abortion ban in the country. 
July 25, 2012- The American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Arizona and the Center for Reproductive Rights will be in court today to ask a federal judge to preliminarily block an Arizona law that would criminalize virtually all abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy. The law also contains the narrowest possible exception for only immediate medical emergencies.
July 17, 2012- Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit challenging an Arizona law that blocks Planned Parenthood from providing family services to Arizonans enrolled in Medicaid. The law is designed to penalize Planned Parenthood because they provide abortions, though they do so without federal dollars.
July 12, 2012- The American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of Arizona today sued to challenge an Arizona law banning pre-viability abortions on behalf of two Arizona doctors whose patients include women in need of this essential medical care. Today's lawsuit was also filed on behalf of a third doctor, who is represented by the Center for Reproductive Rights.
The state of Arizona today agreed to a judge’s order permanently blocking a law that would have excluded any nonprofit organization that provides abortion referrals or counseling from receiving donations through the state’s Working Poor Tax Credit Program. A federal judge had temporarily barred implementation of the law in December.
A federal court today has temporarily blocked the implementation of an Arizona law that would exclude any nonprofit organization that provides abortion referrals or counseling from receiving donations through the state’s Working Poor Tax Credit Program. The law was challenged by the American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Arizona and the Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence (AzCADV).
The American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of Arizona went to court today to argue against a law that would exclude any nonprofit organization that provides abortion referrals or counseling from receiving donations through the state’s Working Poor Tax Credit Program.
ACLU and Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence Challenge Law that Withholds Critical Resources for Women’s HealthExtreme Law Withholds Resources from Organizations that Provide Abortion Referrals or Counseling
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