http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2009/03/12/20090312abortion0312.html This happened a few days ago but the Idaho thread motivated me to post this. Like Idaho, under this bill pharmacists can refuse to sell emergency contraceptives, which is already being debated in the Idaho thread. There is more to the Arizona law that is just as troubling as the contraceptive issue though. Under this law, any women seeking an abortion has to undergo a mandated "24-hour reflection period", any minor has to obtain notarized consent from a parent/guardian, and a required "consultation" which is supposed to guilt women into changing their minds. Apparently our state legislature believe women are incapable of critical thought on their own and need a mandated day of "reflection" (as if they haven't already "reflected" on their own). Your thoughts?