• September 25, 2020

Tags : texas open carry

House Panel hears Bills for Open Carry Without Permit

Two measures that would make it easier for Texans to access guns were up for consideration by the House Homeland Security and Public Safety Committee on Tuesday. House Bill 375 by state Rep. Jonathan Stickland, R-Bedford, would allow Texans to openly carry a handgun with or without a license, making it optional for people in the […]Read More

UT System wants Campus Carry drafts by February

The University of Texas System expects its 14 schools to submit rules for concealed handguns on their campuses by mid-February to comply with the state’s new campus-carry law, officials said in a press release Tuesday. The UT System Board of Regents will review the proposals, and will have the opportunity to change them, before official […]Read More

As Open Carry takes effect, Officials predict lawsuits

As the New Year arrived, so did a new option for gun-toting Texans. The state’s roughly 826,000 handgun license holders, who previously had to keep their firearms concealed, can now carry them openly in a hip or shoulder holster. Across Texas, law enforcement officials, city leaders and business owners are bracing for lawsuits. That’s because […]Read More