Yuma-Starting Thursday in Arizona, if you have a child who is younger than 7 years old and is shorter than 4'9 inches tall, you have to have them in a booster seat before you drive anywhere. Before Thursday the law only covered children up to age 4
According to AAA, hundreds of children are injured and killed on Arizona's roadways because they weren't properly restrained or they didn't have a safety seat at all.
Officials said this new law aims to prevent the little ones from getting killed or injured during a crash.
Hunters may now be able to buy silencers for their hunting rifles.
The new law aims to help protect the shooter and others nearby from permanent hearing damage.
However, to buy a silencer you would have to go through a tougher-screening process like when its required to purchase a weapon. It will involve an application and fingerprints as well as approval from the head of a local law enforcement agency.
Students and faculty with medical marijuana cards won't be allowed to posses cannabis on Arizona college campuses.
The new law also makes it illegal to smoke the medical pot in public places.
Schools that fail to comply with the new law will lose federal funding and financial assistance for students.
Religious employers don't have to cover birth control in their insurance policies.
Formal religious organizations will be able to drop contraception coverage from their insurance plans but they still have to provide it for medical reasons.
Abortion-inducing drugs will also de dropped from the employer's insurance policies.
High schools in Arizona can also offer bible classes to students.
The law lets high school offer courses about the bible's influence on western civilization.
Teachers who offer the classes will be protected from any legal troubles. However, schools must be neutral in religious views and also accommodate other religious views-traditions or perspectives of students.
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