IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT ABORTION ACCESS IN ARIZONA

On May 2, 2024, H.B 2677 was signed into law, repealing the 1864 near-total abortion ban. However, this repeal does not take effect until 90 days after the Legislature adjourns. In the meantime, enforcement of the 1864-era ban is stayed by court orders until at least September 26, 2024.

Accordingly, Arizonans can still obtain, and providers cannot be prosecuted for providing, abortion care in accordance with Title 36 up until September 26, 2024. This page will be updated when we learn more.

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