Record Amount of Anti-2A Laws Introduced on 1st Day of TX Bill Pre-Filing

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Re: Record Amount of Anti-2A Laws Introduced on 1st Day of TX Bill Pre-Filing

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I just finished going through the bills filed Monday and Tues and came over here to see if anyone had seen them.
Honestly, some nooby filed a bunch of them....so I doubt they'll even get a hearing, it takes several terms to get more than one or two bills heard. Now, there were some filed by some long-timers, but I still doubt they'll go anywhere, but we'll have to keep watch.
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Re: Record Amount of Anti-2A Laws Introduced on 1st Day of TX Bill Pre-Filing

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HB304 looks dreamy....
https://capitol.texas.gov/BillLookup/Te ... Bill=HB304

It's impossible to even begin to predict what might happen until committee chairs are appointed and bills are assigned to committees. Or before a speaker is confirmed.

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