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Amarillo City Commissioners discuss teen curfew, new resolutions

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Amarillo, TX - Fresh from their visit to Austin earlier this week, Amarillo City Commissioners met Wednesday to address several issues in our area.

Commissioners welcomed the public's input on the renewal of the city-wide curfew for teenagers. State law requires that curfews be renewed every three years.

They also passed resolutions which throw their support behind the state passing laws to further regulate synthetic drugs like K-2 or spice, and payday or car title lenders.

 

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