Justified: The Story of America’s Audit

Dr. Kelli Ward, the chair of the Arizona Republican Party, talks about her latest book, "Justified: The Story of America's Audit." Bill of the Day is HB22-1279, Reproductive Health Equity Act.

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Justified: The Story of America's Audit
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Dr. Kelli Ward on why the Maricopa County Election Audit was Justified

Dr. Kelli Ward is an osteopathic physician and the chair of the Arizona Republican Party since 2019. Dr. Ward’s latest book, Justified: The Story of America’s Audit, explains from the eyes of an insider why the audit of Maricopa County’s election was necessary. In the book, Dr. Ward also shares a plethora of communications (internal and external) related to the election and the audit. The book also covers lawsuits Dr. Ward filed to challenge the official election results. You can purchase the book directly from Dr. Ward here.

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Bill of the Day HB22-1279, Reproductive Health Equity Act

Bill summary:

The bill declares that every individual has a fundamental right to use or refuse contraception; every pregnant individual has a fundamental right to continue the pregnancy and give birth or to have an abortion; and a fertilized egg, embryo, or fetus does not have independent or derivative rights under the laws of the state.

The bill prohibits state and local public entities from:

  • Denying, restricting, interfering with, or discriminating against an individual’s fundamental right to use or refuse contraception or to continue a pregnancy and give birth or to have an abortion in the regulation or provision of benefits, services, information, or facilities; and

  • Depriving, through prosecution, punishment, or other means, an individual of the individual’s right to act or refrain from acting during the individual’s own pregnancy based on the potential, actual, or perceived impact on the pregnancy, the pregnancy’s outcomes, or on the pregnant individual’s health.

Bill of the Day HB22-1279, Reproductive Health Equity Act is sponsored by Democrats: Representatives Meg Froelich, Daneya Esgar, and Senator Julie Gonzales. The bill affirms a person’s right to make their own choices regarding contraception and carrying a pregnancy to term, and further states that a “fertilized egg, embryo, or fetus” has no rights independent of the aforementioned person. Pro-life adherents hew to the belief that personhood begins at conception. The bill seems designed to support the agenda of Planned Parenthood and similar organizations.

 

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