Gun Sense and Nonsense: Firearms Bills Before Your Texas Legislature
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The ever vigilant Texas State Rifle Association has sent out an alert saying that "the number of gun control measures filed so far is unprecedented." These are not "sensible public safety measures" but part of a "radical agenda" being presented for the 86th regular session of the Texas Legislature, according to the pro-gun organization.

Whew. The group seems especially upset with Representative Rafael Anchia (D-Dallas) who according to the TSRA filed 11 anti-gun bills in one day. Taking a closer look at these measures seems like something we all should be doing. So here are some of the highlights.


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State Rep. Garnet Coleman (D-Houston) and others have argued that it singles out minority men who are sometimes perceived as threatening just because of their skin color.
SERIOUSLY!! I don't care if you're purple..break into a house at night and see what happens!! You folks are crazier than ever.
Posted by linda at 3/1/2019 6:50:47 AM

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