Texas is set to restrict Handgun owners with a new law allowing gun owners to carry without a license.
The Republican majority legislature approved the measure on Monday, and it is headed to Republican Governor Greg Abbotts desk as he is poised to sign it amid pushback from Radical leftists groups and idiotic law enforcement.
GUN LAWS IN TEXAS:
The Lone Star State has one of the loosest gun laws in the nation, with currently 1.6 million licensed handgun owners. Texas has allowed Texans to carry handguns since 1995 and has been reducing the cost and training requirements for getting a license for the last decade. Now it will not be needed at all.
SUPPORTERS OF THE MEASURE:
Supporters state this new law would allow Texans to defend themselves better and restore texas right to bear arms without restrictions. Once Gov. Abbott signs the bill, Texas will join nearly two dozen other states with some law that allow Americans to carry a handgun, and Texas by far will be the most populous.
According to the New York Post:
texas already allows rifles to be carried in public without a license. The measure sent to Abbott would allow anyone age 21 or older to carry a handgun as long as they do not have violent crime convictions or some other legal prohibition in their background. However, there would be no way to weed out without the state background check in the licensing process.
THE BILL WILL NOT:
This bill does not restrict businesses from banning guns on their properties, and background checks will remain on certain guns of certain calibers, but Texas will not have any restrictions on private gun sales.
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