PHOENIX – Come this Friday, women who want an abortion will be asked new questions, consumers can have their credit frozen for free, Grade A eggs can stay on the shelf longer, and 15-year-olds won’t be able to legally marry.
There also will be new limits on the ability of cities to require public disclosure of campaign donations. And judges will be deciding who gets frozen embryos following a divorce based on who wants to actually use them.
Oh, and Arizona will have an official state dinosaur: the Sonorasaurus.
State legislators approved more than 300 measures before adjourning in May. While some took effect immediately, most kick in on Aug. 3.
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