As of Sept. 1, 2015, governmental agencies and entities face stiff fines for every unenforceable Tex. Penal Code §30.06 sign they post. Each sign and each day the sign(s) is/are posted constitutes a separate violation. This new law is found in Tex. Gov’t Code §411.209 and there are specific notice requirements that must be met in order to file a complaint with the Texas Attorney General’s Office. Although the Code is silent as to what documentation must be provided in the notices, a recommended procedure is set out below. If possible, take all digital photographs on a camera or device that includes the date on the image. Be sure the date set in the camera is correct.
Plans have been in the works for several months concerning three new grassroots initiatives to get more people into the so-called “gun community” and to get inactive gun owners involved in shooting in some fashion. Here are the details of this 2-prong approach.
There is a very large segment of our population that typically has little if any positive exposure to firearms, much less the opportunity to learn and safely use firearms for sporting or self-defense purposes. In Texas and throughout the south, this tends to be low income neighborhoods where residents come in contact with guns only when they are victimized. This must change.
Perhaps the Oracle of Delphi will soon speak on the subject.
First we have Kelly Burke, President of the Texas Chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, giving false testimony under oath (video at the 07:56:50 mark) during public hearings in the Senate State Affairs Committee on the campus-carry Bill (SB11).