Prop A's acceptance and then repeal has been a controversial talking point as of late. For those unaware of this measure, this controversy first began in November.

Prop A's Passing And Repeal

On November 8th, 2022, Prop A passed with enough votes from the population of Harker Heights. The Proposition decriminalized marijuana in Harker Heights, and also decriminalized marijuana possession of up to four ounces.

Shortly after the passing of the Proposition however, the order was rescinded by the city. According to KXXV, the city stated there was "no authority to enact an ordinance contrary to state law."

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Since the repeal, Ground Game Texas has been obtaining signatures to get the proposition back via a referendum petition. KXXV reports that the organization was able to get over 500 signatures, which was also more than enough to pass the limit needed.

What This Means For Prop A

Ground Game Texas told KXXV that everything they've done leads to Prop A to back into law in the city of Harker Heights. At least until May of 2023, when voters will be tasked once again of deciding on it.

When KXXV asked for a comment from the city, Jerry Black, the Assistant City Manager, told the new organization that when the paperwork was obtained, they would review it, as they city charter states.

Ground Game also said to KXXV that once the signatures are confirmed, Harker Heights must hold off on their decision to repeal Prop A.

As this is a developing story, we will have more information as it becomes available.

Bet You Didn't Know: 10 Bizarre Texas Laws Still on the Books

Many states still have strange laws on the books that aren’t enforced or taken seriously anymore, and Texas is no exception.

Most of these laws are just funny now, but at one time, there was a valid (or at least somewhat valid) reason for them to exist.

Texas has plenty of strange rules and regulations that you could technically be prosecuted for if you violate them, since they've never been amended. Some of these are only for specific cities and not state-wide, but all of them are pretty odd!

Let's take a look at 10 of the weirdest ones in the Lone Star State.

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Crime rates are expressed as the number of incidents per 100,000 people.

10 Myths About Texas That Even Some Natives Believe

Everything's bigger in Texas, including the tall tales! Our state can seem pretty strange to people from far away, or even our immediate neighbors. There are several myths about Texas that range from quirky to fun and just plain ignorant and insulting, and even some people born and raised her believe 'em. Here are a few we can dispel today.

21 Texas Town Names Outsiders Can't Pronounce

Have you ever heard someone call Killeen "Kye-lean" or Salado "Salad-oh"? That's just the tip of the Texas mispronunciation iceberg. Here are the towns and cities most folks who didn't grow up in Texas don't have a clue how to pronounce.