A Statement by Cathi Herrod, Esq., President, Center for Arizona Policy Action

Did you get what you voted for? Find out here if your legislators voted to protect life, preserve families, and defend religious freedom.

Center for Arizona Policy Action (CAP Action) Family Issues Voting Scorecard provides voters a reliable resource in assessing their legislators’ work in the 2021 legislative session.

Click here to view the scorecard

Find out which legislators are champions for Arizona families and which ones are not.

To find out who your legislators are, click here

I often say, “Elections matter,” and that proved true during the 2021 session. With the election of a number of truly pro-life, pro-family lawmakers in November 2020, the Arizona Legislature passed significant pro-life bills, among other solid legislation.

Governor Ducey signed SB 1457, banning discriminatory abortions on preborn babies with genetic abnormalities like Down syndrome. The bill had several additional pro-life directives as well.

Lawmakers secured funding for a program to help abortion-minded women choose life, and they came back with a successful parental rights bill, after the Governor vetoed the first one.

But the pro-life, pro-family majority is very slim, as evidenced by both a failed religious freedom bill and the lack of a substantial educational freedom bill.

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