Residents of Texas cannot own exotic, dangerous wild animals without first registering with the Texas Department of Health, according to Born Free USA. Applicants must submit the location where the animals are kept, proo... More »

Legal exotic animals include sugar gliders, tarantulas and hedgehogs, according to The Richest. Some states ban the ownership of exotic animals, including Vermont, New Hampshire and California, so people considering purc... More »

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In states that allow citizens to keep exotic animals as pets, some common choices include Burmese pythons, bearded dragons, ferret foxes, Madagascar hissing cockroaches and squirrels, according to Forbes. However, state ... More »

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Proposition 1 in Texas was a state-wide ballot proposition for transportation funding overwhelmingly supported by Texas voters on Nov. 4, 2014, according to the Texas Department of Transportation. Proposition 1 will prov... More »

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Worker's compensation laws in Texas include chapter 406, subsection 32, which states the conditions under which a company is not liable for coverage, chapter 451 which prohibits discrimination or retaliation against empl... More »

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In Texas, emancipation laws allow minors to become emancipated if they are entering into marriage, if they are joining the military, or if a minor requests emancipation and a court grants the request. The legal age of ma... More »

Texas probate laws include the independent administration of an estate, which allows executors to wrap up an estate's affairs with minimal court supervision, according to Nolo. The small estate law allows people inheriti... More »

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