State Rep Terrie Wood: Here’s a List of State Laws I Supported That the Legislature Passed This Term
Editor’s note: State Rep. Terrie Wood, a Republican who represents the 141st district in the state House of Representatives, emailed this message to constituents on Monday about various new state laws that she supported and that take effect today, Monday, Oct. 1:
Dear Friends and Neighbors,
A number of new laws passed during the 2018 Legislative Session take effect today,Oct 1. These laws may have an impact on you, your business, or our community.To see a full list, please click here. I am pleased to have supported the following Public Acts in becoming law:
Public Act 18-90 prevents credit agencies from charging fees for security freezes and doubles (from one year to two) the amount of time businesses have to provide free credit monitoring if an account is hacked. Public Act 18-29 bans the sale or transfer, possession, manufacturing or use ofbump stocks or other accessories to increase the rate of fire of a firearm. Public Act 18-135 criminalizes the act of masking the identity of a caller initiatingrobo calls.