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The relationship between doctors and patients should be built on trust. But in Arizona, doctors are being forced by extreme legislation to lie to their patients and tell women that a medication abortion can be reversed — despite opposition from medical experts and a total lack of credible evidence.

The late Dr. George Tiller had it right when he said, "trust women." And women who have chosen abortion should have the right to accurate and safe medical care from their doctors — not dangerous misinformation.

That's why, together with the Center for Reproductive Rights and the American Civil Liberties Union, we're taking this dangerous law to court. Will you stand with us?

Help us fight extreme legislation in the courts and work to protect women's health and rights nationwide. Donate to Planned Parenthood now. All gifts will be matched, dollar-for-dollar, through June 30 — up to a total match of $900,000.

We simply can't let laws like this go unchallenged. Our opponents see a world where politicians control women's personal, private health care decisions. Where extreme lawmakers decide what doctors can and can't tell their patients. Where safe, legal abortion is nearly impossible to access.

That's not the world we're fighting for. We're working every day, in every state, to protect every woman's right to make her own health care decisions, and access safe, affordable care. But that work is only possible because we've got people like you right here with us.

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