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Texas Tribune takes a look at how many Texans lives will be affected by laws that went into effect Sept. 1

Click links below for stories by the Texas Tribune on how many Texans lives will be affected by laws that went into effect Sept. 1.

Grant Program for Military Bases Gets Infusion of Funds

Law Enforcement Will Receive Training on Dog Encounters

State College Aid Becoming Less Accessible for Middle Class
Lawmakers Ditch $200 Fee for Lawyers, Doctors, Brokers
Texas Grand Jury Selection to Become More Random
New Law Will Help More Texans Go Solar
Obamacare Health Plans to Get Special Label
New Law Helps Tackle Health Agency Woes
New Truancy Law Set to Put Pressure on Schools, Parents
Five Changes to How Politicians Are Prosecuted
Planned Parenthood Out of Cancer Screening Program
Video: New Law Seeks to Curb Surprise Medical Bills
Video: Beauticians to Avoid Brush With the Law
Texas to Hold Districts Accountable for Failing Schools
New Law Allows Texans to Cash In on Low-Value Gift Cards
Emergency Centers to Be Included in “Baby Moses” Law
Process of Getting Mail-In Ballots Poised to Simplify
Parents to Be Guaranteed Right to Bury Stillborn Babies
Child Sex Trafficking Victims Get More Protection
Millions Slated to Hire More Border Troopers
Foster Care Youth Getting State Ombudsman
Taking New Steps to Put an End to “Revenge Porn”
New Law to Provide Protections for Breast-Feeding Moms
Law Could Bring Remote Doctor Visits to Schools
Budget Cuts Hit Film, Video Game Incentive Fund
Animation: Texas to Crack Down on Synthetic Marijuana
Employee Outsourcing Firms Get Tax Break
A New Chapter for E-Verify Policy in Texas
New Law Aims to Reduce “Rolling Voting”
A Funding Boost For Texas’ Parks
Relaxed Food Stamp Rules Meant to Help Felons
Grant Program for Military Bases Gets Infusion of Funds

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