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Shaq McCoy, one of the co-founders of Arizonans for Reproductive Freedom, works to collect signatures on Wednesday evening.

An effort to amend Arizona's Constitution to guarantee abortion rights fell well short of the 356,000 signatures required to add the measure to November's ballot, organizers said Thursday. State officials said an 1864 territorial-era ban on nearly all abortions remains in place. Read more»

This photo illustration shows the websites of several Arizona abortion providers after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Planned Parenthood Arizona and other clinics ceased abortion procedures once the decision was announced.

Health care clinics in states including California, New Mexico, Colorado and Washington are preparing to become “safe havens” for pregnant people living in Arizona and other places where abortions are restricted or banned. Read more»

More than 1,000 people packed sidewalks at the intersection of Congress and Grande Ave. to  protest the Supreme Court's decision to undermine Roe v. Wade—the 1973 decision that made abortion legal in the U.S.

More than 1,000 people packed sidewalks at the intersection of Congress and Grande Ave. to Friday to protest the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade—the 1973 decision that made abortion legal in the U.S. Read more»

Hundreds protest for abortion rights in early May after a draft decision of the Supreme Court blocking abortion rights in the U.S. was leaked.

While many Arizona Republicans were celebrating Friday's Supreme Court decision, Arizona Democrats and abortion activists were quick to condemn the ruling overturning Roe v. Wade. Read more»

Pro-choice backers rally on the University of Arizona campus.

It's time for that reasonable two-thirds of voters to start voting on social issues and some Arizona activists are offering up a chance to do just that with an initiative to add abortion rights to the state Constitution. Read more»

Hundreds of high-school students rallied for abortion rights at the UA campus on Wednesday morning.

Students from at least a dozen schools, including nearby Tucson High, as well as University, Rincon, Pueblo High, and City high schools, left their classes and headed to the University of Arizona to demonstrate for abortion rights. Read more»

Hundreds of people protested the potential end of Roe v. Wade, a landmark 1973 decision that legalized abortion in the U.S., in Downtown Tucson on May 3.

A group of abortion rights activists filed an initiative to amend the Arizona Constitution to add a "fundamental right to reproductive freedom." They'll need at least 356,000 signatures by July 7 to get the measure on the ballot. Read more» 1