Lawmakers may holster campus guns idea
Despite Texas' cowboy image and its reputation as a Second Amendment-friendly state, in recent legislative sessions a high-profile pro-gun bill hasn't made it to the finish line, despite broad support.
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“Uzi Does It”
Since: Nov 08
#1 Feb 20, 2012
LOL, the best thing to do when politicians are too scared to do what's right is to not let a crisis go unwasted, if there's a virginia tech type shooting incident on texas state u. grounds, the victims families must sue the state for every stinking dime it will have for next decade and let them sort it out afterward.
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