New Texas laws go into effect this Sept. 1 which were passed by the Texas Legislature earlier this year. Here are a few of the big ones:
Beer To Go
Craft breweries can now sell up to a case of beer per customer, per day, to go.
Restaurants, bars or businesses with a permit can deliver alcohol with food to homes or other locations.
(Published Thursday, Aug. 29, 2019)
Forensic Testing of Rape Kits
A new law will add staffing and money for forensic testing of rape kits. It will require an audit of untested kits and extend the statute of limitations. The law is named after Lavinia Masters, whose rape wasn’t tested for 20 years after she was sexually assaulted at 13 years old.
Read more here.
R. P. Hancy
As CEO of Hancy Enterprises LLC, my team designs and monitors government mandated online courses for liquor boards in Oregon, OLCCclass.com, Washington, WashingtonServerPermit.com and Texas, TABC123.com for alcohol server education.
I also own and operate Hancy Design, HancyDesign.com. This company markets and designs quilt marking stencils and educates quilters on how to finish their quilts by using quilt marking tools manufactured by Hancy Creations (FullLineStencil.com). We travel throughout the country at selected quilt shows, retreats, quilt shops, and teach classes on quilt marking.
Birdwatching has been a passion of mine since I was six years old. I post my photos on my blog at RPHancy.com along with posts of my other passions on fountain pens, cigars, travel, paleontology and adventures I have around the country.