Picking bluebonnets and other wildflowers was banned in state parks and on all private property from 1933 until 1973. But the Texas Legislature didn't take it very seriously. The fine was only $1-$10. (It's still a ticketable offense in state parks.)
New York-based SmartAsset.com figured that somebody retiring with $1 million in Fort Worth would be broke in 28 years, mainly due to sky-high transportation costs and an undefined category labeled “other.”
Video from the House's Chief of Staff shows the scuffle that broke out on the floor of the Texas House of Representatives on May 29. Protesters gathered inside the Texas State Capitol in protest of SB4, legislation that could ban sanctuary cities.