ILA | More Than Two Dozen Gun Control Measures Prefiled for 2023 Session of the Texas Legislature

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Although the 2023 Regular Session of the Texas Legislature does not convene until January 10, gun control advocates have wasted no time declaring war on your Second Amendment rights in the Lone Star State and making clear their intention to push for Biden/Beto gun restrictions during the upcoming legislative session.  Today is the first day for prefiling 2023 bills, and already more than two dozen measures attacking your rights have been introduced!

Here are some of the lowlights of what’s to come:

NRA-ILA will review these measures and report to you on additional firearm-related bills that are filed in advance of session.  You can view a list, and the text, of legislation prefiled each day here.  Information on who your state lawmakers are and how to contact them has not yet been updated on the Texas Legislative webpages (Senate and House) to reflect the recent election results.  We will let you know when that becomes available.




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