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By Jack Brammer
FRANKFORT — More than 100 new laws approved during Kentucky’s 2014 General Assembly go into effect July 15, changing how the state deals with everything from acupuncture to voyeurism.
Some of the new laws already are in effect because they contained an “emergency” clause. An example is Senate Bill 124, which allows physicians at the University of Kentucky and University of Louisville to provide oil derived from marijuana and hemp to help people who suffer from certain severe seizures.
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