RWKC fundraiser spotlights gun rights, rules

RWKC fundraiser spotlights gun rights, rules

Tara Mica, Texas State Director for Legislative activities for the National Rifle Association, spoke at the recent Republican Women of Kerr County’s fundraiser, updating attendees on recent Texas gun legislation. The Oct. 26 “Pistols and Pearls RWKC Fundraiser” was organized by Kellie Early of the Republican Women of Kerr County, and featured guest speakers from the Kerr County Sheriff’s Office and the National Rifle Association Women’s Leadership Forum, plus a barbecue buffet provided by Buzzie’s BBQ, and participation by Tivy High School’s ROTC color guard. Raffle tickets also were sold for more than a dozen door prizes. Guest speakers were Tara Mica, Texas State Director for legislative activities for the NRA; and Lt. Scott Gaige, Kerr County Sheriff’s Office. The event was held at the Hill Country Youth Event Center; and the public as well as RWKC members were invited to attend. When the program started after the BBQ dinner, attendees were provided with a printed list headed with the following – “The Texas Legislature passed a dozen pro-second amendment bills during the 2021 session. These measures all take effect on Sept. 1.” The list by House or Senate bill number included nine House bills, two Senate bills, and one a combination of one each on the same subject. Mica told the audience that her guess was the Texas Legislature passed more gun-related legislation in the most recent sessions than any other state. And she added her personal satisfaction at the news the NRA decided to return on Memorial […]

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