H/T Bearing Arms.
Will Constitutional Carry happen during this session of the Texas Legislature or will it have to wait for the special session?
It looks like the last major hurdle for pro-Second Amendment activists looking to turn Texas into a Constitutional Carry state has been overcome, with Republicans in the House and Senate finding enough common ground on compromise language to iron out their differences in the legislation, setting up a final round of votes this week.
Permitless carry legislation had already been approved by both chambers, but the Senate amended the House version, and Republicans in the House rejected those changes, which led to a conference committee taking a look at the bill in the hopes of coming up with something that state representatives and senators could both support. Late Friday afternoon, Rep. Matt Schaefer, the original sponsor of Constitutional Carry, announced that an agreement had been reached
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