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Loud music and alcohol to take away. Here are all the new Florida laws that go into effect Friday

Starting July 1, the Sunshine State will have new laws that could affect a host of different issues — from what Floridians learn in school to how loudly they can play music in their vehicles. ClickOrlando.com published the following list on Tuesday.

Starting July 1, the Sunshine State will have new laws that could affect a host of different issues — from what Floridians learn in school to how loudly they can play music in their vehicles.

HB 1557 – Parental Rights in Education Bill AKA ‘Don’t Say Gay’

This law will require district school boards to notify parents of students of their involvement in critical decisions affecting a student’s mental, emotional, or physical well-being.

The law also prohibits classroom discussions about sexual orientation or gender identity at certain grades and school districts from informing parents about health services.

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HB 5001 – General Credit Law

The bill provides for a minimum wage increase for state employees and law enforcement while providing tax breaks on gas, diapers and school supplies.

It will also provide money for buildings and other improvements in state agencies.

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HB 577 – Tenant Safety, Miya Law

This law will require apartment operators to provide tenants with reasonable notice for repairs to apartments.

It will also enforce stricter background checks and the use of master keys.

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Florida Statue 316.3045 – Loud Music in Vehicles

This law will allow law enforcement to issue tickets to drivers who play music too loudly in their car.

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Drivers will not be able to play clearly audible music from a distance of 25 feet or more.

The law will also allow officers to ticket drivers for playing music too loudly in areas around churches, schools or hospitals.

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HB 5 – Reduction of fetal and infant mortality AKA ’15 week abortion ban’

This law prohibits a doctor from performing an abortion if the fetus is older than 15 weeks, making late-term abortion services illegal.

The law provides some exceptions in cases of rape, incest or human trafficking.

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HB 1421 – School Safety

This law requires schools to create a plan to reunite families in the event of a school evacuation and to have law enforcement officers ready to respond to emergencies like school shootings and be present during shooting drills .

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It will also require schools to provide easily readable annual incident reports.

Finally, it also requires that school officials undergo training in mental health intervention and that school districts train their staff in youth mental health awareness.

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HB 105 – County and Municipal Smoking Regulation

The Florida Clean Indoor Air Act will regulate vaping and smoking in public places in Florida.

The purpose of the law is to protect the public from the health risks of second-hand tobacco smoke.

Smoking will be prohibited on public beaches and parks. The law will also allow school districts to regulate smoking on school grounds and local governments to restrict the use of vapes.

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SB 1054 – Teaching Financial Literacy in Public Schools

This law requires students beginning in grade 9 to earn a half-credit in personal financial literacy and money management to receive their high school diploma.

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HB 7065 – Child Welfare

This law will create programs to provide guidance and resources to fathers to inspire them to be positively involved with their children.

It will also provide mentorship to fatherless children and funding to support children in the foster care and juvenile justice system.

Finally, this bill proclaims the month of June “responsible fatherhood month”.

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HB 7 – Individual freedom

This law prohibits the indoctrination of students to “systematic racism” or to a particular point of view incompatible with the principles of individual liberty.

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According to this law, the principles of individual freedoms mean that all individuals are equal before the law and have inalienable rights.

This bill also limits race-related education in the workplace.

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HB 7061 – Taxation

This law will provide tax relief for back-to-school, recreation, and disaster preparedness.

It will also provide tax breaks to businesses that hire interns and create affordable housing.

HB 7061 will provide a tax credit to businesses that donate to charities providing advice to families.

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SB 7072 – Social Media Platforms

This law will prohibit a social media platform from de-platforming a candidate for political office or a journalistic venture.

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The Florida Elections Commission is to fine media platforms $250,000 a day for suspending the accounts of candidates for statewide office and $25,000 a day for any other candidates.

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SB 1890 – Campaign finance

This law imposes a contribution limit of $3,000 on political committees.

It also prohibits a candidate from donating excess campaign funds to a charity where they work.

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HB 7045 – School Choice

This law expands eligibility for K-12 scholarships for students attending private schools.

This will allow students with disabilities to have scholarships that will allow them to choose public or private schools.

Additionally, it will allow low-income students to attend schools that their parents could not otherwise afford.

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Finally, it also expands program eligibility to include students who are dependents of a member of the US armed forces and adopted children.

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HB 529 – Moments of Silence in Public Schools

This law will require that a minute of silence be reserved for students during the first period class at all levels.

This will require teachers to set aside two minutes a day during which students cannot interfere with the participation of other students.

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HB 5 – Civic Education Program

This law requires the Department of Education to develop or approve an integrated civics curriculum for K-12 students.

The program should help students develop their civic responsibility and knowledge, in accordance with the legislation.

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HB 233 – Post Secondary Education

This law prohibits the State Board of Education from shielding students, staff, or faculty from certain speech.

It will require the Board of Education to conduct annual surveys of freedom and diversity of viewpoints.

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SB 1028 – Equity in Women’s Sports Act

This law creates the Women’s Sports Equity Act, which provides opportunities for female athletes to demonstrate their skills when participating in sports.

The bill specifies that sports teams or sports reserved for women, women or girls cannot be opened to male students. Officials will consider a student’s biological sex as listed on their birth certificate as their “real” sex when determining who should participate in sporting events.

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SB 88 – Agricultural Operations

This law protects reasonable farming activities on farmland from improper prosecution.

It will protect agricultural operations including but not limited to noise, smoke, odors, dust, fumes, particulate emissions or vibration.

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SB 148 – Beverage Act

This law allows certain food establishments to sell or deliver alcoholic beverages outside under certain circumstances.

It will allow customers to remove alcohol from the restaurant and revise requirements for the sale of alcoholic beverages by certain vendors.

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SB 76 – Insurance

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This law will prevent contractors from soliciting homeowners through prohibited advertisements or forcing homeowners to file insurance claims.

It will also prevent contractors from providing an authorization agreement to the insured without providing a good faith estimate.

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SB 1884 – Preemption of Firearms and Ammunition Regulations

This law will expand a 2011 law requiring local governments to pay up to $100,000 in damages if they are sued for imposing gun regulations.

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HB 7017 – Foreign Influence

This law requires any state agency or political subdivision to disclose any donation or grant worth $50,000 or more from any foreign source to the Department of Financial Services within 30 days of receiving it.

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