Just like that, the 84th Texas Legislative Session is about a third over, and lawmakers are busy holding hearings and debates over hundreds of proposed new laws.
The Senate State Affairs Committee on Thursday held a public hearing on one of the most high-profile bills. Senate Bill 17 would allow licensed handgun owners to carry their weapons in plain sight, as long as they are in approved shoulder or belt holsters. This would replace the current concealed-carry law.
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