The bill passed after lawmakers made concessions to law enforcement groups, who had been upset by an original provision that barred police from questioning people carrying guns if they have no other reason to stop them.
The final bill scrapped that language, meaning police will be able to ask Texans with handguns in plain sight if they have proper licenses.
Well, it didnt take long for the bs reporting to start.
Not according to rulings in other federal district courts. US V Deberry, and US V Black. There probably has been others I just had not had the time to look for them. It is only a matter of time before these LEA have their arses handed to them in federal court.
I would think so.
Texas' big problem is its proliferation of anti-carry businesses with signs that have weight of law. I'm not used to either of those. I can't tell you how many times I broke the law in Texas without really trying just because I wasn't being super diligent to not break the law.
I honestly will probably not OC in Texas.
Legal open carry coming to Texas, say reports
Lone Star State open carry activists are hoping that Gov. Greg Abbott’s pen is fast on the draw because he’s reportedly eager to ink legislation that will legalize carrying handguns openly, according to a report from UPI late yesterday.
What if he was just kidding about signing it? [emoji83]
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