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New Year Brings New Laws to States

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New Year Brings New Laws to States

New Year Brings New Laws to States

New Year Brings New Laws to States

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The start of the New Year means new laws go into effect around the country. Some are serious, and others seem silly. In Ohio pet owners can now set up trust funds for their animals. And servitude is now forbidden as a method for paying off debt in New Hampshire. Pamela Prah of Stateline.org discusses some of the new laws with Madeleine Brand.