Senator Sinema refuses to say she’ll vote to bypass the filibuster to protect a woman’s right to access an abortion.
So we thought it important to share what would happen in Arizona — her state — if and when Roe is overturned.
Arizona would institute a “near-total abortion ban.”
There’s a law on the books criminalizing those seeking abortions and provides for a minimum of two years and a maximum of five years in prison for anyone who helps a woman obtain an abortion.
An analysis by a team of data journalists at Stacker found that the average distance to an abortion clinic in Arizona would go from 17 miles to 247 miles.
Here is the truth:
We can either pass a law ensuring the health and safety of women seeking abortions … or not.
We can pass legislation expanding and protecting the right to vote for all Americans … or not.
We can pass President Biden’s Build Back Better agenda, turn the economy around, reduce inflation and have a chance in the midterms… or not.
Senator Sinema is one of two Americans who has the power to make it happen.
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