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Recently, there was controversy over whether the Texas Attorney General’s office was responsible for getting the child support provision put back into HB 1911. Current law strips Texans of their inalienable right to self-defense and to bear arms. Under a committee substitute that was heard in the House Homeland Security and Public Safety, the right to carry without a license was not tied to the licensing requirements. However, when it was brought to a vote, that provision was added back in. There has been discussion about whether that was the doing of the AG’s office or solely Chairman King.
Here are Chairman King’s remarks today during a moment of “personal privilege” attempting to clarify the controversy. You will see that the AG’s office was “concerned” about the child support provision, but retracted that concern over misinformation that the office was opposing the bill. HB 375 also doesn’t tie the right to carry to the unconstitutional licensing requirements. In spite of this, Chairman King did NOT bring HB 375 for a vote which speaks volumes about his support for constitutional liberties.
We need to make clear that, contrary to statements saying otherwise, at no point did AG Ken Paxton or his office oppose EITHER bill. Because the bill would have affected a key component of their duties, they were expected – as all agencies are – to communicate their concerns over how would affect their mission. Communicating a concern is not the same as communicating opposition.
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