MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A new year means new Florida laws are now in effect.

Florida’s minimum wage is now $8.65 and will jump to $10 by the end of September.

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The minimum wage will keep rising until it reaches $15 per hour in 2026.

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Also in effect, a ban on dog racing at Florida’s greyhound tracks.

Penalties are now double for drivers who fail to stop and improperly pass school buses.

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County canvassing boards and supervisors of elections will now be required to test voting equipment at least 25 days before the start of the early voting.