The Texas Senate has given final approval to a proposal allowing people with proper licenses to carry concealed handguns on college campuses.
The Texas Senate is on its way to approving a bill allowing guns on college campuses. The vote came despite opposition from a number of universities. But how do students feel?
The Texas Senate has given preliminary approval to allowing concealed handguns in college classrooms, a day after passing a measure allowing open carry of guns most everywhere else in America’s second most-populous state.
The Texas Senate gave preliminary approval Monday to a measure that would make the Lone Star State the largest in the country to allow licensed open carry of handguns.
It’s an industry that has always been dominated by men. But more women, than ever before, are purchasing guns. Designers are cashing in on the huge opportunity.
In an online video Wednesday, a gun rights activist pushing for legislation allowing Texans to openly carry handguns tells state legislators that ‘treason is punishable by death.’
Police want the public’s help in the hunt for two men who held up a woman with a shotgun. Surveillance video shows the terrifying crime.
After pledging in his campaign to fight for open carry of handguns in Texas, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick now said that it is not a State Senate priority and he does not have the votes to pass it.
Two Republican senators say a proposal that would allow college students to carry guns on campus already has enough support to pass the upper chamber.
Gun rights activists staged another rally at the state Capitol and promised to keep things peaceful in their push to support the open carry of handguns without a license in Texas.
Open Carry Gun activists wandering the hallways of the Capitol building in Austin have some state lawmakers calling for heightened security.
A group called The Truth About Guns organized a simulation of last week’s terrorist attack in Paris.