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TexasTowelie

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Sat Dec 31, 2016, 09:20 AM Dec 2016

Three new Florida laws go into effect Jan. 1

A statewide prohibition on people younger than 18 buying certain over-the-counter cough suppressants is one of three new laws that will hit the books with the arrival of the New Year.

The other changes to state laws involve insurance policy coverage of opioid medications and how financial institutions may receive summonses and subpoenas.

The three are the last of the bills signed by Gov. Rick Scott from the 2016 legislative session to take effect. Lawmakers sent 272 bills to Scott, who vetoed three and signed the rest.

The majority of the new laws, including the state's annual budget, went into effect July 1, on Oct. 1 or immediately upon receiving Scott's signature.

Read more: http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/politics/fl-nsf-new-year-laws-20161228-story.html

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