Texas Concealed Carry on Campus passes Senate Criminal Justice Committee

It looks very likely that Texas will soon pass this bill. Even one of the two votes against the bill in committee will likely vote for the bill when it gets to the Senate floor.

The panel approved Senate Bill 354 by state Sen. Jeff Wentworth (R-San Antonio) that would allow for the carrying of concealed firearms on college campuses, moving the controversial bill one step closer to Senate approval. The bill passed the committee in a 4-2 vote, the Texas Tribune reported, with state Sen. Rodney Ellis (D-Houston) voting ‘nay’ along with Hinojosa. . . .

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Blogger Chas said...

Markie Marxist sez: "This is awful! How are our Marxist/warrior/hero/criminal/mass murderers supposed to give us the body count we need to drive our national gun ban agenda if their intended victims can legally just up and shoot them! This is just NOT common communist sense! My commie compadres at the Brady Campaign had better start howling their heads off about this!
How can we deny justice to capitalist America, if Americans are free to create their own justice? Our mass murderers aren't supposed to be killed, they're supposed to be coddled, like John Hinckley - they're going to release him soon, which gives hope to every would-be mass murderer in the US! But what if he tries to commit mass murder again at a school that allows CCW? After all the help he’s given us, John Hinckley could get shot!"

4/03/2011 12:27 PM  

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