10 Weird Laws That Are Now In Effect
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Summer is here and that can only mean one thing: The heat has gotten to our nation's lawmakers. As of July 1, some strange new laws are on the books. Here are a few of them.
Halfway through 2012 marks the beginning of a new batch of laws across the country. CNN scouted the recent legislation and came up with a list of the most bizarre.
Kentucky: It is illegal for someone to release a wild hog back into the wild.
Illinois: A taxi cab driver is now able to charge a $50 cleaning fee to a passenger that vomits in his car.
Virginia: You can now vote using a permit for a concealed handgun as your identification.
Nevada: Unclaimed gambling winnings will now be split between the state (75%) and the casino (25%). Before, the casino got all of it.
Idaho: You can now be served a warrant over fax.
Vermont: People under 18-years-old are now prohibited from using tanning beds.
Florida: It's now illegal to videotape a person in a residential dwelling without their consent.
Florida: Shackling a pregnant woman during pregnancy or immediately after she gives birth is now prohibited.
Virginia: It is illegal for roadside signs to switch electronic messages more often than every eight seconds.
Georgia: Instead of displaying the county in which you live, you can now display a sticker that says "In God We Trust" on your license plate.
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