Strike up another victory for “permitless carry” or, as it’s more properly called, constitutional carry.
“The Texas Senate has voted to advance a bill that will allow people to carry handguns in the state without a license, setting up the state to be the largest in the country to allow permitless carry,” according to The Hill.
“The legislation passed by an 18-13 margin along party lines Wednesday evening. The bill would allow people 21 and older who can already legally own a gun to carry a handgun in public without the license, safety course and background check current law requires… [emphasis added]
“‘HB 1927 would recognize the United States Constitution as our permit to carry and allow all law-abiding adults, aged 21 years or older, to carry a handgun for the protection of themselves or their families, in public places, in a holster, without the requirement of a state-issued license,” said state Sen. Charles Schwertner (R), a sponsor of the bill… [emphasis added]
“Twenty other states allow some form of permitless carry.”
For more of this important report, please go to The Hill.
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— The Hill (@thehill) May 6, 2021