Texas House Bill 928, the Second Amendment Preservation Act, passed out of the House Federalism and Fiscal Responsibility Committee. This bill is now in the House Calendars Committee, which will determine when the bill goes to the full State House.
Your Help is needed right now to move this important bill forward!
ACTION ITEMS for Texas HB928
1. Contact the Chair of the Committee on Calendars. Politely encourage him to move HB928 forward to the full house.
Rep. Todd Hunter. (512) 463-0672
2. Contact all the rest of the members of the Committee on Calendars. Respectfully urge each of them to vote YES on HB928 to move the bill to the full State House.
Contact information here: http://www.capitol.state.tx.us/Committees/MembershipCmte.aspx?LegSess=83R&CmteCode=C050
3. Contact your own State representative. Let him or her know that you’d like to see them co-sponsor HB928 and encourage the calendar committee to schedule this bill for a vote of the full House.
Contact information here: http://www.house.state.tx.us/resources/frequently-asked-questions/#who_rep
ADDITIONAL BILL INFORMATION
Texas House Bill 928 would require all agencies of the state – and local governments – to refuse to enforce or assist in the enforcement of a vast majority of federal gun laws, including those already on the books. As Judge Andrew Napolitano has said recently, such widespread noncompliance can make a federal law “nearly impossible to enforce” (video here)
Surprisingly, an amendment was added in committee that actually made the bill stronger. It now includes a penalty for any local government which refuses to follow the proposed law. This includes a loss of state grant funding and the ability of individual Texans to file a complaint with the Attorney General against the local government violating their rights.
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