In Custody Disputes Over Frozen Embryos, A Controversial New Law Says They Should Go To Whoever Wants To Make A Baby
The first-of-its-kind law on frozen embryos was pushed by anti-abortion advocates in Arizona, but others worry about government overreach. “It’s an incredible intrusion into the bedroom and the private life of families,” one legal expert said.
For Planned Parenthood Organizers In The Southwest, DACA Takes Priority
One hundred forty Planned Parenthood volunteers came to Arizona to fight against defunding the organization, but in the immediate aftermath of the Trump administration's decision on DACA, they ended up fighting for its immigrant patients and staff instead.
After Botched Execution, Arizona Agrees To Never Use A Controversial Sedative Again
The state has agreed to stop using midazolam, a drug similar to valium that was linked to several botched executions in recent years. Without the drug, the state has few options on how to go forward with lethal injections.