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New laws go into effect in Kentucky

Posted at 1:10 PM, Jul 15, 2020

(LEX 18) — Most of the new laws approved during this year's regular session of the Kentucky General Assembly go into effect today.

Among them, voters will be asked to show a photo ID at the polls, veterinarians are allowed to report animal abuse and people with state-issued ID cards will be added to the list of potential jurors.

13.3% of all bills introduced at this year's regular session of the General Assembly became law. Others were already in effect before today, including the state budget and COVID-19 relief.