House Bill 3 is now a law! According to, The new bill will require an armed person at every school campus. The armed person can be either a peace officer, a school resource officer, a school marshal or a school district employee, according to the law.

HB 3 would create a safety and security department within the Texas Education Agency and give it the authority to compel school districts to establish robust active-shooter protocols and follow them. Those that fail to meet the agency’s standards could be put under the state’s supervision.

The bill would also require the TEA to develop standards for notifying parents of “violent activity” on campus and set up school safety review teams to conduct vulnerability assessments of all the school campuses once a year. Read more about House Bill 3 by clicking here.  What do you think of the new bill?

VIDEO: Texas Woman Hilariously Explains Texas Speed Limits Perfectly

This is so true when it comes to Texas Speed limits!  I mean for many Texans, the speed limit is a mere suggestion. I mean, how many times have you been going 80 on the Freeway in Houston and someone passes you like you are standing still? The toll roads with a speed limit of 85? I feel if you are not going 100 MPH, you are not driving fast enough. SEE THE VIDEO BELOW.

However, it's the final comment about not speeding through small towns that really hit home. I mean, my dad used to tell me, 'you NEVER speed through Kendelton." Anyone else?  I also do not dare speed through Cuero or Refugio, I have gotten multiple speeding tickets in Cuero!


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