Former state Rep. Suzanna Gratia Hupp said to about 50 students Tuesday that she was not mad at the man who shot her parents and 22 others during the 1991 Luby's massacre in Killeen. "I was mad as hell at my legislators," Hupp said. In October 1991, gunman George Hennard drove through a Luby's window in his truck and opened fire, killing 24 before taking his own life. Hupp said she believed she could have prevented Hennard from killing as many people if the law had allowed her to be armed. Hupp became a legislator in 1996 and worked for 10 years to pass bills that would allow Texans to legally carry a concealed weapon.
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