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3 funny laws in Texas?


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2011-12-15 01:47:30
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There are so many more out there! i know that www.funfactsandmore.com has a few that you can view. Just look online

All these "funny laws" are just myths. I have never seen a link to the actual code from any of these sites. Or it is just the way something is worded.

In Texas it is illegal to own a dangerous wild animal without a license. So technacly speeking it is against the law to walk your lion on the street without a license. Even though there is no lion walking license.


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There are plenty of funny laws you can find online. www.funfactsandmore.com has a few just look on google

Texas has a lot of funny laws still on the books, but that are seldomly ever enforced. They include it being illegal to sell one of your eyes, it is illegal to milk someone else's cow and it is illegal to take more than three sips of your beer in a row while standing up.

http://www.dumblaws.com/ google is your friend

Ronnie Laws was born on October 3, 1950, in Houston, Texas, USA.

In Texas, it is illegal to sell your eye. It is illegal to shoot a buffalo from a second story window. You can't buy the Encyclopedia Britannica because it has a formula for how to make beer at home.

In Ohio, it is illegal to get a fish drunk. In Texas, it is illegal to sell one's eye. In New York, women may go topless in public, providing it is not being used as a business.

a person can have sex with a animal as long as it does not exceed 40 lb

it has to be funny And lawful.

There are no homosexuality laws in Texas. US Supreme Court has ruled that these laws are not constitutional.

No, not in Texas. Some states do have such laws but not Texas.

In Illinois there are 3 funny laws. They are:A tourist is not allowed to weigh more than 20 stoneRussians are not allowed in to the stateAnd dogs are not allowed inAlso just look online you can find plenty more on google theyre all over. i know www.funfactsandmore.com has a few.

REPO LAWS DOT COM has a good over view of the rules in Texas.

Check the link for a bunch of them.

No, there are no laws for babysitting in Texas. There are probably laws regarding child care facilities.

There are no dating laws in Texas.

To the best of my knowledge, every state has child labor laws. There are also federal child labor laws. To find Texas' child labor laws, google 'Texas statutes, labor code, chapter 51'

The Texas House of Representatives would deal with the laws governing Texas. No federal governmental branch would be instructed to govern solely the state of Texas.

Texas has no laws requiring registration of firearms.

Texas Department of Agriculture

I need to find out about the Texas Laws of regarding the mandatory reporting of infectious diseases.

The Blue Laws in Texas prohibit the sale of certain items like liquor on Sundays. These laws have been in place since before Texas was accepted into the Union and were enacted to keep Sunday as a day for God.

Texas- 3 branchesjudicial, executive, and legislativejudicial- it interprets the laws, they make sure that the laws are applied. It try people accused of crimes.executive- Its responsible for seeing that the law3s of the state are carried out.legislative- its vested in the senate and Houseof Representatives, makes laws, and its aproves the budget.

I'm guessing you are asking if there are funny/strange laws in Jersey to which the answer would be YES! Some very old laws still exist but are not enforced anymore! For example no dancing on a Sunday?! haha! Mad old beans!

There are no laws about dating. The only laws involve sexual contact. The law in Texas is that you have to be at least 17 to consent to sex. But there is an affirmative defense that allows someone to have sex with someone under 17. That is 1 not more than 3 years older 2 not a registered sex offender 3 the victim must be 14 or older 4 of opposite sex

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