As we look forward to great things in 2017, let’s take a quick look back at our 10 most popular Law Shield blog entries in 2016. Did you read them all? If not, click each item’s headline to open the story and see what you missed. 1: The Legality of Body Armor (August 17)... [Read More]
A Democrat State Representative from San Antonio, Diego Bernal, has set his sights on Penal Code sections 30.06 and 30.07, the laws that govern the current requirements for written communication in the form of signs for property owners to post to prohibit firearms. These signs are commonly referred to as “30.06” (concealed carry) and “30.07”... [Read More]
Last week, Levi Strauss Chief Executive Chip Bergh posted an open letter on LinkedIn asking the company’s customers not to bring weapons into the company’s stores. Does Bergh’s statement raise legal problems for LTC permit holders in Texas? From Bergh’s statement: “Providing a safe environment to work and shop is a top priority for us at Levi Strauss & Co.... [Read More]
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