During the debate at the Texas Senate over Constitutional Carry, Senator Brandon Creighton collapsed on the floor, but was able to cast a critical vote for passage of the bill.
The Texas Senate Special Committee on Constitutional Issues passed Constitutional Carry bill HB1927 on the Senate floor for debate and a vote, 29 April, 2021.
In the debate over Constitutional Carry, Senator Lucido claimed the right to bear arms had never been taken from Texans. He was wrong. It was taken in 1869.
Knife Rights’ bipartisan Texas Knife Law Reform Bill, HB 956, was passed by the House on Wednesday by a vote of XXX to X. It now moves to the Senate for their consideration
Knife Rights’ Texas Knife Law Reform Bill, HB 956, is set for a floor vote Monday, April 26th. Use Knife Rights’ Legislative Action Center TODAY to EMAIL your Representative to vote YES on HB 956
When it comes to the Second Amendment, the actor has already let the cat out of the bag. He’s a gun-grabber wannabe.
URGENT ACTION ALERT: If you are a Texas resident use Knife Rights’ Legislative Action Center to email Texas House Calendars Committee to set a Floor Vote on HB 956 to reform Texas knife law.
Some people outside of the gun community can’t understand how a training requirement shouldn’t be an obvious precursor to firearms. They make comparisons to Guns & Cars…
The Texas House has passed a Constitutional Carry bill. Republican opponent of Constitutional Carry, former Speaker Bonner, left the House in disgrace last year. The Bill has a chance of passage.
Did Texas Gun Sense submit a letter to the Texas legislature with forged signatures to oppose Constitutional Carry?
Knife Rights Texas Location-Restricted Knife law reform bill passes out of House committee
The Texas House’s hearing on Constitutional Carry this Thursday could signal the most important breakthrough for gun rights that this state has seen since 1995.
On 3 May 2015, a gunfighter traffic cop fought two Isis terrorists who had semi-automatic rifles, pistols, 1500 rounds of ammo, body armor, and the element of surprise. He survived. They died.
Knife Rights: Texas Representative Drew Springer has introduced House Concurrent Resolution HCR1 that would designate the Bowie Knife as the official state knife of Texas.
The man who sold the AR-15 used to gun down 32 people in Midland and Odessa, Texas has been sentenced to two years in federal prison.
Long time Texas Knife Rights sponsor Representative Harold Dutton has introduced HB 956 that would remove from Texas statute a number of places where Location-Restricted Knives are currently banned.
Everytown is pushing a Houston lawsuit that conflates the requirement for signage with violating the First Amendment rights of those who desire to exclude gun carriers.
The driver involved in the shooting in Austin, Texas, on 25 July, has released his view of what happened. It is confirmed by witnesses at the scene.
“[W]hat [the city] cannot do is form an agreement to lease its building, take my client’s money, and then a week before the show make a decision to breach that contract…”
The other thing that’s way past due is for gun groups to recognize the single greatest threat to continued legal recognition of the right to keep and bear arms and so inform their members.