666 new Texas laws go into effect Sept. 1. Here are some that might affect you. | From the Trenches World Report

Aug 31, 2021 View Original Article
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59% : The system can be activated by request of local law enforcement.
58% : But in the meantime, here's a list of the new laws you should know:Texas' 2022-2023 budget: SB 1 provides nearly $250 billion for Texas, with notable funds going toward public higher education.
45% : In lieu of government enforcement, private individuals can sue abortion providers or people who assist abortion after an ultrasound can detect what lawmakers defined as a fetal heartbeat.
45% : Punishing cities who cut police budgets: If municipalities with a population of more than 250,000 reduce their police budget, HB 1900 allows the state to financially punish the cities by reducing sales tax revenues and preventing increases in property taxes.
43% : The bill was passed as a response to protesters being arrested for blocking ambulances during Black Lives Matter protests last summer.
38% : Additionally, HB 1280 would outlaw abortion in Texas 30 days after any potential U.S. Supreme Court decision overturns Roe v. Wade.

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