The_cat, I did your homework for you and contacted Geraldine about the line in the bill concerning 10 day and under prescriptions. This is what she had to say: With informed consent hopefully many will think twice about taking a benzo for any reason. But the short prescription is for someone who needs it to fly, a death in the family, exams, situational stress, etc. Many ended up on these drugs for years for these reasons. If someone needs it longer they won’t be denied it but at least there are precautions there. The third part which is missing from the house bill but is in the senate bill is to protect someone already on benzos. It will be there choice if they want to taper. I have three childhood friends on benzos who will not be able to come off. An amendment will be filed for the house bill. The other thing to mention is a commission will be set up to help with this. No one with anxiety will be denied a benzo. But if we can protect people who go in with a muscle ache, a rash, mild insomnia (a 36 year old just killed himself on 5/5 for a minor problem sleeping and six months off couldn’t take the withdrawal), having the flu too long, etc then we’ve done something. I would never want someone with anxiety to suffer. But would hope they would look for other means to recover from anxiety, but their choice. So to answer your question, “What happens if I go to ER and then doctor wants to give me under 10 day supply?” — You would get an under 10 day supply with no refills on it.