Law’s Jessie Hill weighs in on abortion ban used by Arizona Supreme Court

The Civil War raged and fortune-seekers hunted for gold. This era produced Arizona’s abortion ban

Associated PressJessie Hill, associate dean for research and faculty development and the Judge Ben C. Green Professor of Law, weighed in on Arizona’s use of a 160-year-old law, resurrected by the Arizona Supreme Court to uphold the near-total ban on abortion with no exceptions for rape or incest. “These century-old laws are really having a tangible impact on women’s lives today,” she said. “And they’ve really contributed to the post-Dobbs uncertainty across America.”