There are several new state laws set to go into effect next week.
As usual, the Legislative Research Commission sends out a press release that provides a short synopsis of some of the more pertinent laws passed during the most recent General Assembly.
And also as usual, there are several that are long overdue.
Here are a few of the ones that caught my attention. All go into effect on July 15.
- Amusement park safety. SB 203 will require more frequent inspections of amusement park rides and prevent anyone younger than 18 from operating the rides.
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