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Representative James White Files For Constitutional Carry

Thursday, February 16, 2017 15:55
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USA -( Republican State Representative James White-House District 19-Hardin, Jasper, Newton, Polk, and Tyler counties, files HB 1911.

HB1911 by Rep. White

Relates to granting authority to carry a firearm to an unlicensed person who otherwise meets certain requirements for a handgun license and to related certain criminal offenses.

Rep. James White has served in the Texas House for many years with an excellent voting record on Second Amendment issues.

Also, Thank you’s to Terry Holcomb, founder of Texas Carry. Holcomb was elected to the State Republican Executive Committee (SREC) last summer. The Republican Party added constitutional carry to its platform and went on to announce the issue as a top priority for the 2017 session.

TSRA fully supports Rep. James White and the next step toward full restoration of gun rights for Texans.

Texans lost the right to carry a handgun with few exceptions in the 1870s when Texas was still under Union control. The passage of SB 60 by Sen. Jerry Patterson in 1995 was the first step toward recovering the right to possession of a handgun. There have been many additional steps over the past ten years, including streamlining the handgun license, carrying in your vehicle without a license, and licensed open carry.

Kudo’s also to the Texas Legislature and Lt. Governor Patrick for taking-on the removal of the fee to the state for the License to Carry. This is definitely a major step in the right direction.

Support for the passage of Constitutional Carry is mounting and TSRA is working with other grassroots groups to get the job done.
Left to Right below: Tripp, Holcomb, and Rep. White

TSRA’s Annual Members Meeting and Guests!

Please attend TSRA’s Annual Member’s Meeting on Saturday, February 25th, at the Austin Marriott North, 2600 La Frontera Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78681. Meeting starts at 9:30 a.m.

More of the specifics can be found at , in your TSRA Sportsman’s magazine, or by calling Kim at 512-615-4200. Call Kim about being an event sponsor, tickets for meals, for other events or general information.

Please attend Saturday morning, February 25th, to hear Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton our guest speaker, Texas Senator Brian Birdwell (R-Granbury) who will receive the Doc Brown Legislator of the Year Award for his dedicated commitment to the passage of SB 11, Campus Carry.

In addition our senior U.S. Senator John Cornyn is scheduled to speak, plus U.S. Senator Ted Cruz. But Wait There’s More!

Other notable guests for Saturday morning will include Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller and Justice David Schenck, recently re-elected to the 5th Court of Appeals, all our guests are long time friends and rock-solid gun rights supporters.

Thank you for maintaining and upgrading your TSRA membership. I need your help during session. Also thank you for sending funds for the PAC, we’re rebuilding for the next election cycle.

TSRA is your Second Amendment gun rights association in Texas.

And as always,
Keep the faith.

Alice Tripp
Legislative Director
Texas State Rifle Association-PAC

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