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Here are the new Indiana laws to know that took effect July 1
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Here are the new Indiana laws to know that took effect July 1

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There were 176 new Indiana laws approved this year by the Republican-controlled General Assembly and enacted by Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb, mostly during the month of March.

One additional statute became law May 24 after the Legislature overrode a Holcomb veto for a total of 177.

While a few laws took effect immediately, such as House Enrolled Act 1001 paving the way for the governor to end Indiana's COVID-19 public health emergency, the bulk of the new state statutes take effect July 1.

Here's a look at 40 notable new laws Hoosiers should know:


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