Trump Imposes 5% Tariff on Mexican Goods, Schwarzenegger Rap Debut + 4 More Hot News of Friday, May 31

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Nexter.org made a list of the most important news you need to know this Friday morning (May 31).

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1. It’s now legal to carry brass knuckles in Texas

Beginning in September, you’ll be able to carry brass knuckles to defend yourself if you get into a sticky situation in the Lone Star State. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed HB 446 into law on Saturday, after it carried unanimously in both the state House of Representatives and the state Senate.

2. KFC is looking into plant-based chicken alternatives

So far, meatless meat has been used by fast-food chains as an alternative to beef or sausage.

3. Trump says U.S. to impose 5 percent tariff on all Mexican goods

The president says the tariffs will take effect June 10 and will stay until “illegal migrants” stop coming into the country from Mexico.

4. Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas already met Meghan Markle’s baby

The two reportedly picked out a few different things for Archie from Tiffany & Co.

5. Louisiana’s Democratic governor signs state’s abortion ban into law

Louisiana’s Democratic governor signed a ban on abortion as early as six weeks of pregnancy Thursday, a move that puts him squarely in line with the leaders of other conservative Southern states while provoking anger from members of his own party.

6. Arnold Schwarzenegger makes his rap debut

Pump It Up — The Motivation Song by Austrian singer Andreas Gabalier is all about Arnold Schwarzenegger’s inspirational career and features a rap verse by the 71-year-old actor.


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Trump Imposes 5% Tariff on Mexican Goods, Schwarzenegger Rap Debut + 4 More Hot News of Friday, May 31
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