Gov. Greg Abbott announced Tuesday that he will end Texas’ unnecessary laws statewide next week and will allow all Texans to chose between what is right and wrong.
“People and businesses don’t need the state telling them how to operate” Abbot stated over twitter.
This means going forward literally any action is up to you to determine if its okay to do in Texas. The list is endless for what possibilities might be open now, speeding, running traffic lights, possessing marijuana or other previously illicit substances, and even abortion now totally up to individual judgement.
“Texas is in a far better position now that personal liberties are restored much like in the wild early days of the republic.” Abbott said, referring to the now lax approach to all Texas laws.
“Too many Texans have been sidelined from really living life. Too many small business owners cant operate the business they desire. This must end. It is now time to legalize Texas 100%,” he said.
Texas Attorney General has yet to respond to Electable Nation for comment in regards to the obsolescence of his job and what other possibilities his new responsibilities could hold. Some view his potential move to trolling the federal government as the most likely scenario.
Abbott additionally refused to elaborate on what his primary intent was on opening the states law books.
Texas a state known for taking a more conservative approach to restricting the rights of the individual to a few pre-approved legalities like guns and alcohol has shocked the rest of the states with this gung-ho approach to popular legislation.
One thing is for sure is the rest of the world has their eyes upon Texas to see how this plays out over the rest of 2021.