55 Alerts From the TEXAS Tag


Teaching Kids to Interact with Police—will it help?: NMA E-Newsletter #459

Illinois, Louisiana, North Carolina, Texas, and Virginia have passed legislation that mandates schools teach students how to conduct themselves around police. Texas passed its law in the last legislative session and mandated that high schools and especially driver’s education courses train students how to conduct themselves around law enforcement. Texas also passed a law to […]

Losing a License Due To Unpaid Fines Is Hurting Millions: NMA E-Newsletter #455

When a motorist receives a traffic ticket the expectation is that if you plead guilty or are found guilty, you pay the fine. Most of us would agree that if you break the law then you should pay for it. But what if you really cannot “pay for it” due to life circumstances? The Falls […]

Just How many Motorists are stopped and ticketed in America?: NMA E-Newsletter #446

From guest writer Joe Cadillic who writes the MassPrivatel Blog According to The Stanford Open Policing Project which looked at over 100 million police traffic stops in the United States,  “Police pull over more than 50,000 drivers on a typical day, more than 20 million motorists every year.” Does that mean 50,000 people are breaking […]

IMMEDIATE ATTENTION: Call Governor Today about Repeal of Red-Light Cameras

Dear NMA Texas Members, We received this Campaign for Liberty letter yesterday asking Texans to advocate by calling or emailing Governor Greg Abbott to insist that red-light camera repeal be put on the agenda for the upcoming special session in Texas. Do your part TODAY to help get rid of this money grubbing activity kicked […]

Call or Email your State Senator Today on HB 2068

Dear NMA Texas Members, HB 2068, titled “Relating to the repeal of the driver responsibility program and the amount and allocation of state traffic fine funds; authorizing and increasing criminal fines,” has already passed the full house and passed the Senate Transportation Committee yesterday with no additional amendments. As of today, it is unclear when […]