Constitutional Carry Passes Texas House

On April 15 at 5:46 pm, Constitutional Carry passed the Texas House of Representatives. After nearly eight hours of debate, HB 1927 by Matt Schafer passed in a record vote of 84 to 56. The vote was mostly along party lines, though some Democrats voted in favor. The bill has yet to pass in the […]

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The Darsch Report: Sept. 2 – 8

San Antonio’s Hoarding Task Force In San Antonio, all four fire deaths this year have involved hoarding, something that the San Antonio Fire Department plans to tackle. During a recent budget meeting with the city council members, San Antonio Fire Chief Charles Hood announced that the SAFD is working with other city departments to form […]

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Is There a Gun Show Loophole?

Firearms are one of the United States’s most heated political topics. Gun control opponents tend to argue that gun control takes away the right to protect oneself, while gun control advocates argue that more gun control will better protect the public from danger. More restrictions on firearms or banning all firearms are the two main […]

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The Darsch Report: Jan. 21 – 27

Non-Citizens Voting in Texas Elections On Jan. 25, Texas Secretary of State David Whitley announced that there are about 95,000 non-citizens in Texas who are registered to vote and that 58,000 have voted in one or more elections since 1996. This is the result of an 11-month investigation by the Texas Department of Public Safety […]

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