(WHAS 11) -- More than a dozen new laws go into effect in Kentucky including one that allows residents to save on insurance by signing up for a Christians only medical program.
Church goers who sign pledges not to smoke, drink, use drugs or engage in sex outside of marriage will be eligible to sign with Medi-Share which costs less than traditional insurance plans.
Also more DNA testing will be allowed as evidence in post-conviction felony cases.
School districts can decide whether they want to raise the drop out age to 18.
Laws against human trafficking will be strengthened.
Also you can use electronic insurance cards as proof of insurance.