Texas Legislature, Collin County Crash, Tomi Lahren: Your Friday Morning Roundup

Good morning!Here is a look at the top headlines as we start the day.🌞🌡️ Weather: Mostly sunny, hot and humid. High: 97°👋 Stay in touch: Do you want to get this roundup via email? Sign up for our newsletters here. Gov. Greg Abbott vetoes 50 bills, the most by a Texas governor in a decadeTexas Gov. Greg Abbott vetoed 50 bills on Thursday, the most axed by a Texas governor in a decade, but he also stayed busy signing laws around education, law enforcement and child welfare.With three days left for him to sign or veto bills passed during the regular session, Gov. Greg Abbott has signed into law legislation that would give faith-based adoption agencies legal protection to reject gay parents, let voters decide the fate of Dallas County Schools and create a law named after a woman who died in custody after a controversial arrest.Editorial: Thanks to skillful work by three North Texas lawmakers, the state's youngest learners should eventually get the gift of better-prepared teachers.Lunch shaming: Rep. Helen Giddings announced that more than $216,000 has been raised to pay for students' delinquent lunch accounts Thursday, the same day Gov. Greg Abbott signed her legislation to ban "lunch shaming" in schools.Commentary: As Gov. Abbott seeks to chop down Dallas' 'socialistic' tree laws, a fear that 'nature will be gone.'Immigration: An Obama-era immigration program intended to protect parents of U.S. citizens and legal residents from deportation has been formally cancelled, fulfilling a key campaign promise from President Donald Trump, the Homeland Security Department announced late Thursday.  Continue reading...

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