Over 100 New Laws Take Effect in Kentucky Tuesday
On Tuesday, July 15th, 2014, more than 100 new laws will go into effect in the commonwealth of Kentucky.
House Bill 128 — It will now become easier for victims of domestic violence to obtain concealed carry permits.
Senate Bill 225 — A practice known as “up-skirting,” in which a cell phone is used to take pictures under a woman’s skirt, will now be outlawed.
Senate Bill 20 — October will henceforth be designated as Anti-Bullying Month. Purple and yellow ribbons will be the official symbol.
Senate Bill 7 — Advance practice registered nurses will now have wider authority to write prescriptions.
Senate Bill 213 — Small farm wineries will now be permitted to sell their products on Sundays.
These are just highlights. For a complete list, go to www.lrc.ky.gov.