A public hearing is scheduled for Tuesday at the Texas State Capitol on two proposed bills that would expand access to handguns, including the movement gaining national momentum, Constitutional Carry.
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In San Antonio, Our Lady of the Lake University was placed on lockdown as a man was seen on campus grounds with an open carry rifle.
A robbery suspect was shot several times in Beaumont by a man who was walking to his car at his apartment complex.
The Medina Independent School District in Bandera County is home to 303 students, and according to a sign placed by an entrance Wednesday, a few firearm-toting faculty members.
This article is meant to take a look at Texas’s open and concealed carry laws so that you folks can get a better idea what is and is not legal in the state.
Paxton claims that the city hall is violating a law that was approved last year for Texans to openly carry handguns. The defense of the ban from city hall, is that the building is exempt due to the law’s “government court” exception, which prohibits them “on the premises of any government court or offices utilized […]
This year things were a little different than in past years, because of the passage of Texas House Bill 910, which became effect January 1st of 2016, making the open carry of handguns, not just rifles, legal to Texas conceal carry permit holders. More notably though, president Obama was a keynote speaker at the festival, […]
On a Saturday in February, a man was standing on the side of the highway holding a sign warning drivers of a speed trap up ahead. He was open carrying his firearm which as of January 1st 2016 is legal in Texas if you have a valid concealed handgun permit.