New laws take effect September 1st - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/28/09

New laws take effect September 1st

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Hundreds of new laws adopted during the Texas legislative session will take effect Tuesday - the first day of the 2010 fiscal year. 

Here's a quick look at some of those new laws:

  • The age of children required to ride in a booster seat goes from under 5 to under age 8, or shorter than 4'9".
  • Using a cell phone while driving through an active school zone becomes illegal.
  • All passengers in a vehicle will have to wear a seat belt, no matter what.
  • Smokeless tobacco users will pay a higher tax.

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8/11/09

List of new laws goes into effect September 1st

Less than three weeks from now we all have to follow brand new state laws. Here are highlights of what takes effect in Texas on September 1st.

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