About 20 other states already have some form of permitless carry
By Paul Best
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed a “constitutional carry” bill into law on Wednesday that will allow Texans to carry a handgun in public without a license starting on Sept. 1.
Under current law, residents must go through training, submit fingerprints, show handgun proficiency and pay a $40 application fee in order to obtain a license to carry a handgun. Now, anyone who is older than 21 and isn’t already prohibited from owning guns by state or federal law will be able to carry a firearm in public.
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