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OCT Files Complaints with Attorney General over Illegal 30.06/30.07 Signage

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Score one for all of Texas!

 

OCT Files Complaints with Attorney General over Illegal 30.06/30.07 Signage

http://www.ammoland.com/2016/05/open-carry-texas-files-complaints-attorney-general-illegal-30-0630-07-sign/

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Temple, TX -(AmmoLand.com)- On May 12, 2016, Open Carry Texas filed official complaints against the cities of Kemp, Universal City, and Killeen, as well as the Lamar County Sheriff’s Office, through the Texas Attorney General for violations of state law in placing signage to prevent law abiding citizens from exercising their right to keep and bear arms in public buildings. 

Effective September 1, 2015, the Senate Bill 273 amended Government Code Section 411.209 making it a civil offense for a state agency or political subdivision to wrongfully exclude licensed handgun carriers from entering public buildings with limited exceptions.

"The City of Kemp has placed illegal signage barring licensees from carrying into the City Hall. After providing notice to the city on May 5, city official responded that they will refuse to remove the signs."

^^^ > How long till Texas State officials go up there with Texas Rangers and pull them down? :D hahaha  <

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Open Carry Texas will continue to aggressively fight for the right of law abiding Texans to keep and bear arms and will hold government officials accountable for their actions. It is the height of hubris for these government officials to believe they do not have to follow the law while arresting citizens who do not.

OCT is an organization dedicated to the safe and legal carry of firearms in the State of Texas in accordance with the United States and Texas Constitution and applicable laws.

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