take effect :
- v go into effect or become effective or operative
News & Articles
- Economix Blog: ‘Premium Shock’ and ‘Premium Joy’ Under the Affordable Care Act
Changing systems of health insurance that will take effect later this year under the Affordable Care Act will benefit many people, but lead to higher premiums for some, an economist writes.
June 21, 2013 - New York Times
- Park fees to take a hike
HILO — Those graduation and birthday picnics at a park pavilion will soon cost you more — more than twice as much, in fact. The county Department of Parks and Recreation has approved fee increases proposed by the administration in a series of rule changes slated to take effect Aug. 1. The increases, along with hikes in property taxes, vehicle registration and weight fees and bus fares, all go ...
June 21, 2013 - West Hawaii Today
- New safety rules to take effect for truck drivers
In less than two weeks, new federal safety rules are set to take effect for truck drivers. But as our Geoff Bennett explains, many in the trucking industry are opposing the new regulations.
June 19, 2013 - YNN Rochester