The ‘stand your ground’ bill is a hit with lawmakers and pushed by the NRA; critics call it the ‘shoot they neighbor’ bill.
HOUSTON — In a
shoot first, ask questions later approach to personal safety, state lawmakers are weighing a bill that would give Texans the right to use deadly force as a first resort when they feel their safety is threatened.
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