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More than 100 new laws took effect in our state July 1

by The 100 Companies

Georgia now has an official crustacean, the white shrimp. That’s just one of the more than 100 laws that are now in effect.

Parents can get vouchers worth up to $6,000 to send their children to private schools. HOAs have to give homeowners time to fix a covenant breach before taking legal action.

If you steal livestock, you could face a felony charge, $10,000 fine and 2-15 years in prison. Attending or facilitating a street racing event could lead to a misdemeanor charge and $250 fine.

Income taxes for residents and corporations in Georgia are reduced to 5.39% from 5.49%.

– Staff report, The Georgia 100

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