On September 29, 2021, Arizona’s “General Effective Day” (90 days after the adjournment of the legislative session) 445 new laws went into effect. Included in the new laws are legal betting at kiosks at tribal casinos and sports team venues; delivery companies may legally bring alcoholic beverages from your favorite restaurant to your home; employees claiming they got COVID due to the actions of their employers must prove that the employers acted with intentional misconduct or gross negligence, setting a very high bar; gun shops are now considered “essential businesses”; community colleges may now offer certain 4-year degrees.
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Donald A. Loose is an Arizona attorney, and the author of Arizona Laws 101: A Handbook for Non-Lawyers, and Estate Planning in Arizona: What You Need to Know. Mr. Loose is a regular guest on radio shows featuring local newsmaker interviews. He may be contacted at email@example.com.