in Tyler, Texas.
More Texas women are taking advantage of their right to bear arms than ever before.
Texas Department of Public Safety numbers show that nearly 31,000 women in Texas obtained a license. This is 40% higher than the previous high in 1996 when concealed handgun permits were first issued in Texas.
Marcy Dillon says she decided to get her CHP to protect her children, in case her husband wasn't around to defend them, ""It's a security blanket you carry around with you that nobody knows you have." . . .
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