"The Arizona Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the 1864 near-total abortion ban left millions of women and doctors wondering what their rights are when seeking or providing reproductive health care. We’ve created this website to provide timely updates, trusted resources, and a safe resource to seek reproductive options.

"It may seem like an uncertain time. But my message to Arizona women is this: the fight for our reproductive freedoms is far from over. Since I have taken office, I have fought for your right to make decisions about your body and your future. I refuse to accept a future in which my 22-year-old daughter has fewer rights than I did when I was her age, and I refuse to let radical extremists take control of women’s bodies."

― Governor Katie Hobbs

"I am grateful that the Arizona Supreme Court has stayed enforcement of the 1864 law and granted our motion to stay the mandate in this case for another 90 days. During this period, my office will consider the best legal course of action to take from here, including a potential petition for certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court. Under the relevant court orders, the earliest the 1864 law can take effect is now September 26, 2024, counting the 90 days granted by the Court today plus the 45 days stipulated in the separate Isaacson vs. Arizona case.

"I continue to believe this case was wrongly decided, and there are issues that merit additional judicial review. I will do everything I can to ensure that doctors can provide medical care for their patients according to their best judgment, not the beliefs of the men elected to the territorial legislature 160 years ago."

― Attorney General Kris Mayes

The State of Arizona wants you to have accurate information about your reproductive health care and resources.

Know the Facts

  • Are you experiencing a medical emergency related to pregnancy or your reproductive health? Call 911 for immediate care.
  • Are you in a crisis and need someone to talk to? Please call or text 988 to speak to a mental health professional 24 hours a day, seven days a week.