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🌱 Protesters Voice Concerns Over Senate Bills + New App, Bus Tracking

Good morning, neighbors! I’m back with your fresh edition of the Dallas Daily. Here’s all the local news you need to know right now.

But first, today’s weather:

Afternoon mist; much colder. High: 34 Low: 29.

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Here are the top three stories in Dallas today:

  1. Hundreds of Chinese Americans attended a rally yesterday to protest two bills that would ban people and businesses tied to China from buying real estate in Texas. Protestors gathered at John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza in downtown Dallas to voice their opposition toward Texas senate bills 147 and 552, which state regulations banning people with ties to China, Iran, North Korea, and Russia from purchasing property, including the purchasing of agricultural land. (Subscription: The Dallas Morning News)
  2. The Fort Worth Independent School District recently launched a new app for parents and families to track school buses. The Stopfinder app allows guardians to get real-time notifications if there are delays or changes in bus schedules – improving communication about transportation issues with area schools. (CBS Dallas)
  3. New homes have been listed for sale in the Dallas area. Available properties range from an 887 square-foot, two-bed, two-bath home for $215,000 to a $599,000 home with three beds, three baths, and 2,180 square feet. Get all the property details at the link. (Dallas Patch)

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  • The Fort Worth teen curfew ordinance that has been in place for nearly 30 years will expire on Feb. 13. Texas House Bill SB 603, filed by Sen. Bryan Hughes, would repeal the authority of cities to adopt or enforce teen curfews. (CBS Dallas)
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  • Are you looking for a new family member with four paws? Check out the list of adoption-ready pets in the Dallas area at the link! (Dallas Animal Services)

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Nicole Fallon-Peek

About me: Nicole Fallon-Peek is a journalist and copywriter with a degree in Media, Culture and Communication from New York University. She has served as a freelance reporter, managing editor, copy editor, and editorial director for a variety of B2B news outlets. She currently co-owns and operates content creation agency Lightning Media Partners.



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