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March 11, 2006
Arizona House Approves Two Bills to Toughen Arizona Abortion Law
On Tuesday the Arizona House approved two bills 39-18 aimed at making Arizona's law tougher on abortions. HB2666 would require that consent forms signed by parents be notarized while HB2776 would spell out criteria, including a girl's age and experiences outside the home, that judges should consider when weighing whether to exempt a girl seeking an abortion from the consent requirement. Both bills were sent on to the Arizona Senate for consideration. Source: KVOA4-TV, kvoa.com. For the complete story, please click here (last visited March 11, 2006, reo).
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