The Arizona Supreme Court released its decision on the state’s two conflicting abortion bans, upholding the state’s 1864 near-total ban, making the historic announcement Tuesday morning.

The decision comes after the Court was asked to rule on whether it was the 1864 ban or the current law allowing legal abortions up to 15 weeks of pregnancypassed in 2022 prior to the overturning of Roe v. Wadewas the law of the land.

There are no exceptions for victims of rape or incest in the pre-statehood law.

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Women are currently able to legally get an abortion up to 15 weeks until the ban takes effect in about 14 days.

Mayor Regina Romero spoke at the Arizona Democratic Party presser at the Pima County Historic Courthouse after the ruling calling it “a terrible day for the state of Arizona.”

If we cannot make decisions about our own bodies, ourselves, not politicians, not the state,” Mayor Romero said, “then what do we have?

One by one, we are walking back. Is it the right to vote next? Is itI don’t even know what to put on that list because I am devastated, that’s what Charlene Mendoza, a fourth-generation Tucsonan told me when I asked her thoughts on the ruling.

Mendoza supports abortion rights.

She said her mother once took advantage of unsafe services and fought to have the reproductive rights that Roe v. Wade provided.

She’s standing firm with the stance that ending abortions only causes unsafe ones.

Those of us with indigenous roots,” Mendoza said. “Those of us who know our families histories, know that there are many ways that abortion will continue to happen. The question is how safe are those abortions, how accessible are those abortions and who has access to them?

On the other side, Lucy Smith, director of Pro Love Tucson said, “today is an exciting day!

I asked Smith what she thinks of the idea that ending abortions only causes unsafe ones and she doesnt agree.

Women need true healthcare and abortions not healthcare,” said Smith. “Its not saving a life, its not furthering a life. Its actually taking an innocent humans life.

Smith tells me theres always another option in place of abortion that keep the mothers health top of mind.

If its legal theyre gonna believe its okay, now that its not gonna be legal, theyre gonna find the other resources that are available whether its at a pregnancy health center, or their parents or a church, Smith said.

The pre-statehood law says anyone aiding in abortion would get 2-5 years of prison time, but if it’s to save the mother’s life they’re exempt.