NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Governor Abbott says his next executive stay-at-home order will overrule Dallas County’s latest extension to May 15.

“To the extent my executive order has state-wide application it would overrule any local jurisdiction determination about their executive order,” said Abbott.

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Dallas County Commissioners voted to extend the county’s order, keeping restrictions in place about which businesses may operate and how many people may gather in public.

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“I will be issuing a new executive order on April 27. Right now the state-wide stay-at-home order remains in effect through April 30th,” said Abbott. “On April 27 I will be making a new order for the state going forward. There will either be portions of that or all of that that has state-wide implications.”

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