in 2015, Texas Senate Bill 1626 was passed and went into effect in September 2015. The law prohibits any restrictions on the right of Texas residents from using clotheslines or other traditional methods of hanging laundry to dry.
Despite these protections, HOAs still insist on harassing homeowners over frivolous things. Just last year, an HOA in Cypress, just northwest of Houston, used a retired couple and tried to take their home because they feed the ducks in a neighborhood pond.
No specific laws in Texas make it illegal to use profanity or "cuss out" a fast food or other service worker.
That doesn't mean being rude or abusive to a service worker in our state or anywhere else is totally free of consequences. According to the Texas Penal Code, it is clear that certain behaviors, including the use of abusive, indecent, profane, or vulgar language in a public place, can be illegal.
While most food items are not inherently deadly, there are rare situations where they could be. According to Texas law, it is possible for food items to be considered deadly weapons if they meet the certain criteria.