Episode #26: The 2019 Texas Legislative Session

Listen to Episode #26

In this Episode: I discuss  the issues set out in the Show Topics, with a focus on  the bills prefiled for the 2019 Texas Legislative Session.

Show Topics:

  • The impact of the SCOTUS and other federal courts.
  • Impact Democrat control of U.S. House on Second Amendment legislation
  • 2019 Tex. Leg. Session – early filing
  • NRA lawsuit against NY Gov. Cuomo and DFS Superintendent Vulo
  • Q&A: 1) What do bills like HB227 really do? 2) Will constitutional carry pass in 2019. 3) Will a new Speaker of the House mean more pro-gun bills pass; and 4) YouTube channel (again!).

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