Voters are losing an hour at the polls.
In the past, polls opened at 6 a.m. on election days, but that's not the case any more.
Polls will now open at 7 a.m. Polls will still close at 8 p.m.
Another law involves those convicted of sex offenses with children under 13. Those people are now banned from libraries at times when children are likely to be around.
There are some who have questioned how this law will be enforced.
And those convicted of food stamp fraud will face a tougher prison sentence.
Anyone convicted of unauthorized use of food stamp benefits could be looking at six months in jail and could stay there for up to ten years.
If you know about someone committing food stamp fraud and don't report it, you could face a fine of at least $250 and up to $5,000.