TX HB2169 | 2021-2022 | 87th Legislature


Spectrum: Slight Partisan Bill (Republican 2-1)
Status: Engrossed on May 4 2021 - 50% progression, died in committee
Action: 2021-05-17 - Referred to State Affairs
Pending: Senate State Affairs Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Comm Sub) [HTML]


Relating to the eligibility requirements for a license to carry a handgun.

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Relating to the eligibility requirements for a license to carry a handgun.


Roll Calls

2021-05-04 - House - Read 3rd time RV#667 (Y: 129 N: 16 NV: 2 Abs: 3) [PASS]


2021-05-17SenateReferred to State Affairs
2021-05-17SenateRead first time
2021-05-05SenateReceived from the House
2021-05-04HouseReported engrossed
2021-05-04HouseStatement(s) of vote recorded in Journal
2021-05-04HouseRecord vote RV#667
2021-05-04HouseRead 3rd time
2021-05-03HousePassed to engrossment
2021-05-03HouseRead 2nd time
2021-05-03HousePlaced on General State Calendar
2021-04-30HouseConsidered in Calendars
2021-04-23HouseCommittee report sent to Calendars
2021-04-22HouseCommittee report distributed
2021-04-22HouseComte report filed with Committee Coordinator
2021-04-16HouseReported favorably w/o amendment(s)
2021-04-16HouseConsidered in formal meeting
2021-04-09HouseLeft pending in committee
2021-04-09HouseTestimony taken/registration(s) recorded in committee
2021-04-09HouseConsidered in public hearing
2021-04-08HouseScheduled for public hearing on . . .
2021-03-15HouseReferred to Homeland Security & Public Safety
2021-03-15HouseRead first time


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