come/go into effect

come into effect

Of a law, policy, etc., to become official, legitimate, or valid. These changes in the uniform policy come into effect at the start of next year.
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go into effect

Of a law, policy, etc., to become official, legitimate, or valid. These changes in the uniform policy go into effect at the start of next year.
See also: effect, go
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come into effect

to become valid, effective, or operable. When did these rules come into effect? They came into effect while you were on vacation.
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go into effect

 and take effect
[for a law or a rule] to become effective. When does this new law go into effect? The new tax laws won't go into effect until next year.
See also: effect, go
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

come/go into efˈfect

(of laws, rules, etc.) begin to be used, applied, etc: The winter timetable comes into effect in November.
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