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2019 New Laws #1133511

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 30, 2018
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(Studio: Hallie Jackson) Report introduced.

(Washington: Pete Williams) New laws for 2019 reviewed; details given about Vermont paying people to move there; a Hawaii law to prevent pay discrimination; a New York City law against using polystyrene containers; Washington's crackdown on service dogs; California law on pets' custody in divorces; six states mandating sales tax on Internet buys; Colorado's law on beer sales. [Vermont Governor Phil SCOTT†- cites the demographic problem.] [Connecticut state representative Derek SLAP†- talks about women's pay.] [New York GUY - backs plastic cups.] [MAN  - says his dog was bitten by {phony} service dogs.]

Jackson, Hallie;
Williams, Pete

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