PHOENIX (AP) — The Latest on a special session of the Arizona Legislature to enact a new opioid law (all times local):

1:36 p.m.

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has called the Legislature into a special session to enact a law he hopes will cut opioid overdose deaths.

The Republican was joined at a Monday news conference where he called the session by leaders of the Legislature from both parties.

Calling a special session highlights the urgency of the governor's call for the new law. It also means lawmakers could pass the measure in as little as three days with limited time for public comment.

Ducey's proposal bars doctors from prescribing more than an initial five-day supply of pain medication, boosts pain clinic regulation and adds $10 million to help uninsured people get addiction treatment.

Other provisions include new training requirements for doctors and arrest protection for people who call for help for an overdose.

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12:05 a.m.

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is set to call the Legislature into a special session to enact a law he hopes will cut opioid overdose deaths.

The Republican plans to call the session Monday. He'll be joined during an afternoon news conference by leaders of the Legislature from both parties.

Calling a special session means the Legislature could pass the measure in as little as three days with limited time for public comment or analysis of the proposed legislation.

Ducey's proposal bars doctors from prescribing more than an initial five-day supply of pain medication, boosts pain clinic regulation and adds $10 million to help uninsured people get addiction treatment.

Other provisions include new training requirements for doctors and arrest protection for people who call for help for an overdose.