HB 3884

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HB 3884

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What is the status of this knife bill?
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I heard tell that Whitmire killed it. At any rate, it's dead.

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CJD wrote:I heard tell that Whitmire killed it. At any rate, it's dead.
Major buzzkill.

I am glad to see that HB905 made it through.
Keep calm and carry.

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From another thread:
Bladed wrote: Unfortunately, HB 3884 (decriminalization of "illegal" knives) was killed after Senator Whitmire double-crossed us. He agreed to sponsor HB 3884 and hear it in his committee, in order to get one of his own bills out of the author's (Rep. Harold Dutton) committee.

Then, after passing the bill out of committee (on unanimous vote) and recommending it for the Local and Uncontested Calendar, he pulled it down.
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Passed the House. Reported out of Senate Committee. I assume it is dead.

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Well that's a BUMMER.

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