Starting Sunday, whatever happens in Vegas had better not involve animals.
In Nevada, more than 100 new laws are scheduled to take affect this weekend – including one that makes bestiality a crime, the Las Vegas Journal-Review reported.
Violators of the law can face penalties that include seizure of a person’s animals, losing the right to work in jobs that involve animals, and a requirement to undergo a mental health evaluation, the newspaper reported.
Other measures set to take effect include a requirement for law enforcement agencies to submit rape kits for testing within 30 days, and updates on the qualifications for a person to serve as a private professional guardian.
Also included is a so-called baby-changing bill, to make diaper-changing tables available in men’s restrooms as well as women’s restrooms.