Arizona Supreme Court rules state must adhere to century-old law banning nearly all abortions | CNN:

First, this: 

In a historic decision Tuesday, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled the state must adhere to a 160-year-old law barring all abortions except in cases when “it is necessary to save” a pregnant person’s life – a significant ruling that will make a Civil War-era abortion law enforceable in the state.

The term “pregnant person” is of course ideological subterfuge. Disappointing but hardly unexpected from CNN.

On the voting front: 

Meanwhile, Arizona for Abortion Access, a group of abortion rights organizations, announced last week it had gathered enough signatures for a November 2024 ballot measure that would ask voters to enshrine abortion rights in the state’s constitution.

Pro-choice ballot measures, so far as I know, have yet to lose even in red states like Kansas. For purple state like Arizona, abortion rights are pretty much a lock to be made part of the state constitution this fall. The big question is whether that will lead voters to Biden and other Democrats. I suspect the answer is yes, but I wouldn’t take it for granted.