FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Planned Parenthood says it's ending abortion services in three Arizona cities to comply with state laws that placed restrictions on abortions.Women no longer can get abortions at Planned Parenthood clinics in Prescott Valley, Flagstaff and Yuma, starting Friday. Those clinics had been providing the service through medication.The move came a week after an Arizona appeals court allowed key parts of a 2009 state law restricting abortions to take effect. That includes a requirement that women see a doctor in person the day before getting an abortion to hear about risks and alternatives.Planned Parenthood of Arizona president Bryan Howard says the group likely will appeal the ruling.But he says the ruling could affect a separate challenge by Planned Parenthood over 2011 laws regarding abortions.