There also will be new limits on the ability of cities to require public disclosure of campaign donations. And judges will be deciding who gets frozen embryos following a divorce based on who wants to actually use them.
Oh, and Arizona will have an official state dinosaur: the Sonorasaurus.
State legislators approved more than 300 measures before adjourning in May. While some took effect immediately, most kick in on Aug. 3.
And what happens that day covers a grab-bag of issues.
Law and order:
Lawmakers voted to make it illegal to have "non-disclosure agreements" that bar someone who has settled a case of sexual assault or harassment from responding to questions from police or prosecutors or making statements in any criminal proceedings.
Rep. Maria Syms, R-Paradise Valley, called those agreements a "sexual predator loophole." She said they leave future potential victims unaware that the person with whom they are dealing has a history of harassment or rape.