Most years, Jan. 1 marks the enactment of hundreds of new laws. But like with much that occurred in 2020, this year is different.

The start of the new year will initiate three new laws, all of which were originally introduced in 2019, while offering a reminder of Gov. JB Pritzker’s recently failed graduated income tax proposal, which would have taken effect on Jan.1 had voters approved it.

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