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KARE 11 reports that legislators will ring in the new year with a crop of state laws set to take effect Sunday, which include provisions on organ donation, health and human services, and driver's license applicants' knowledge of carbon monoxide gas.
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KARE 11 reports that legislators will ring in the new year with a crop of state laws set to take effect Sunday, which include provisions on organ donation, health and human services, and driver's license applicants' knowledge of carbon monoxide gas.

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