Covid-19: For updates and resources, head to UT's Protect Texas Together site.
It can be useful to compare and contrast laws between states. If you are lucky, someone may already have done a fifty state survey on your topic. To see if a survey already exists, check out these resources:
Rules, regulations, and bulletins -
Texas attorney general - The attorney general is charged with, among other things, defending the constitution and laws of Texas and representing the state in litigation. Part of fulfilling these responsibilities involves serving as general counsel for the governor, the legislature, and the agencies of the state. As provided by statute, the attorney general issues letter opinions when requested by officers and agencies of the state.
An Opinion Committee responds to requests from state officials for official opinions regarding different issues. These opinions, while not binding, are considered very persuasive by Texas courts when interpreting state laws.
For more information on finding attorney general materials, see the Finding Texas Law in the Tarlton Law Library guide.