On Friday, Arizonans will see many new laws go into effect.
Starting Friday certain types of eggs will be stamped with a longer shelf life - grade A eggs will have a 45-day expiration. Grade AA won't change and those will continue to have a 24-day sell by date. (HB2464)
Arizonans will be able to easily protect themselves against identity theft. Credit reporting agencies were able to charge $5.00 every time anyone locked their credit to prevent a thief from opening a new account under their name. Those fees will be dropped. (SB1163)
Another fee that consumer won't be paying would be fees on gift cards. The exception is bank issued debit cards or reload-able prepaid cards.
For those of you who love food trucks -- you might see your favorites popping up in different parts of the state. Vendors will no longer have to get licenses to operate in each county. (HB2371)
Rape victims will be allowed to break their leases without penalty or require their landlord to install a new lock. (SB1376)
When it comes to Education - Arizona schools will have to notify parents of students if their child is being harassed, threatened or intimidated.
While some schools already provide students with two recesses a day - some 4th and 5th graders will have to wait until next year.
Arizona will now have an official state dinosaur - Sonorasaurus (SB1517)