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Texas Attorney General Sues to Allow Guns in Courthouse Complex

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has sued Waller County, Texas, over the right to bear arms in the Waller County Courthouse complex. Advocates have protested the County’s actions in preventing lawful carrying pursuant to the protection of a new state law.

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McLennan County Vows Fight with Texas AG over Concealed Handgun Signs

McClennan County Commissioners are defying instructions by the Texas Attorney General to remove 30.06 signs prohibiting licensed gun owners from carrying a concealed handgun into areas in the courthouse and annex where they are permitted. The dispute is over common areas where Texas law says it is legal for license holders to carry handguns. The commissioners have hired lawyers to fight the directive of the attorney general.

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Texans Brace for Open Carry, Not Bad Weather

To read local and national news, one could draw a conclusion that Texan’s are more concerned about the coming open carry law that they are about tornadoes, floods and blizzards. Perhaps the reality is it is the media that is more concerned about the change in Texas gun laws.