RPB wrote:Jumping Frog wrote:In PC §46.15 - Nonapplicability:
Move (b)(6) dealing with CHL's from (b) to (a), placing them in the same category as LEO's, and making PC §46.02 and PC §46.03 non-applicable to CHL's.
That would leave PC §46.035 still applying to CHL's, but it sets up the next session (2015) to have a bill allowing unlicensed open carry while adapting PC §46.035 to apply only to unlicensed open carry (thereby removing CHL's from PC §46.035).
That, ( I think it's a b-6 to a-10 move IIRC) not only solves campus carry but also lets my pick up a kid at a school nurse's office and sign them out at he principal's office and
get my license plates at the County Tax Assessor office in the County Courthouse Annex
Renew my Driver's license at the DPS office located in the County Courthouse annex
this could also solve Schools etc not honoring Parking lot law for employees
etcMasterOfNone wrote:How about penalties for municipalities that violate preemption?
In a nutshell, if these were the only 2 items that passed, I'd be so thrilled I'd be willing to let someone shave my head in public ... especially since I'm balding rapidly anyway
Those are the two top items needing doing.
This. Stop making us go out of our way simply because we exercise a fundamental right we already had to jump through hoops to "qualify".
Open Carry is the ultimate goal. I do not want to run a thigh-rig with 3 magazines with a light on it, but I would like to not have to dress around a pistol when it's 110* out. Stick it in a paddle holster, run to the store in t-shirt and shorts, and not be bothered about it.