TX Considers Allowing Concealed Guns Without Permit

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Despite law enforcement concerns, Texans could be allowed to carry firearms concealed or openly without a permit or safety training under a proposal considered by the state House this week, reports the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. State Rep. Jonathan Stickland, said his measure known as Constitutional Carry would fully restore Texans’ Second Amendment rights. “Texans are sick of big government," he said. "They are sick . . .

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