2015 Session - What Was Sent to the Governor?

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Can a TX resident with a non resident license from another state open carry in TX?

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ldj1002 wrote:Can a TX resident with a non resident license from another state open carry in TX?
Yes, as long as that state's license is recognized by Texas.
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With respect to SB273, and not posting what would otherwise not be off limits with improper 30.06, did they extend the context to include postings of places like
Pasadena Conv Center, during Gun Shows, or other such places where they post?

I know "the insurance companies" require it, at least in some cases, but does SB273 make it improper?
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I noticed that SB273 only covers 30.06 signs. Governmental entities are free to post all the invalid 30.07 signs they want to, without anyone having recourse. This might be a good thing to fix next session.
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CleverNickname wrote:I noticed that SB273 only covers 30.06 signs. Governmental entities are free to post all the invalid 30.07 signs they want to, without anyone having recourse. This might be a good thing to fix next session.
Didn't SB273 pass before HB910? A little difficult to address something that didn't exist at the time.
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jmra wrote:
CleverNickname wrote:I noticed that SB273 only covers 30.06 signs. Governmental entities are free to post all the invalid 30.07 signs they want to, without anyone having recourse. This might be a good thing to fix next session.
Didn't SB273 pass before HB910? A little difficult to address something that didn't exist at the time.
I'm not saying that it was intentional or that they should have necessarily forseen it. I'm just saying it should be fixed.
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CleverNickname wrote:
jmra wrote:
CleverNickname wrote:I noticed that SB273 only covers 30.06 signs. Governmental entities are free to post all the invalid 30.07 signs they want to, without anyone having recourse. This might be a good thing to fix next session.
Didn't SB273 pass before HB910? A little difficult to address something that didn't exist at the time.
I'm not saying that it was intentional or that they should have necessarily forseen it. I'm just saying it should be fixed.
If it's a problem, then it will be fixed. I suspect that governmental agencies won't push the envelope, but some might be contemptuous of the legislature. If so, then perhaps the file can go up to $25,000 per day. :shock:

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What about lowering the penalty for carrying past 30.06 to a class C Misdemeanor?
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ajwakeboarder wrote:What about lowering the penalty for carrying past 30.06 to a class C Misdemeanor?
Not a separate bill... part of HB 910, but a good catch on your part.
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What has the Governor actually signed at this point?

Are the effective dates January 1, 2016 in each case?
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JALLEN wrote:What has the Governor actually signed at this point?

Are the effective dates January 1, 2016 in each case?
In most cases 01 Sep 15. Mr 1337's post on first page of thread has links to each bill.
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This is interesting article on NFA CLEO.

http://www.theoutdoorwire.com/features/225326" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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Any word from the Governor's office as to when he will sign (assuming he is going to of course)?
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The Wall wrote:This is interesting article on NFA CLEO.

http://www.theoutdoorwire.com/features/225326" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
That article is from 2011.

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JALLEN wrote:What has the Governor actually signed at this point?

Are the effective dates January 1, 2016 in each case?
I don't think so. As I understand it Campus Carry becomes law on Sept 1, 2016, a year from this September. Open carry is lawful on Jan 1, 2016

http://www.capitol.state.tx.us/tlodocs/ ... 00011I.htm" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
SECTION 6. Sections 46.03(a) and (c), Penal Code, as
amended by this Act, and Sections 46.03(j) and (k) and 46.035(l),
Penal Code, as added by this Act, apply only to an offense committed
on or after September 1, 2016. An offense committed before
September 1, 2016, is governed by the law in effect when the offense
was committed, and the former law is continued in effect for that
purpose. For purposes of this section, an offense was committed
before September 1, 2016, if any element of the offense occurred
before that date.
SECTION 7. This Act takes effect September 1, 2015.
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