Gov. Abbott to sign HB910 and SB11 tomorrow

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Re: Gov. Abbott to sign HB910 and SB11 tomorrow

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Post by Charles L. Cotton » Sat Jun 13, 2015 6:48 pm

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It was an honor to be present as a representative of the NRA at the history-making signing of HB910. No, we weren't asleep; we were reading his signature.

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It was an honor to be present as a representative of the NRA at the history-making signing of HB910. No, we weren't asleep; we were reading his signature.

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Post by baldeagle » Sat Jun 13, 2015 7:08 pm

What??? CJ wasn't invited???? :biggrinjester:
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Post by joe817 » Sat Jun 13, 2015 7:13 pm

Congratulations Charles! You witnessed history and were part of seeing your efforts and everyone else through to fruition!

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baldeagle wrote:What??? CJ wasn't invited???? :biggrinjester:
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Re: Gov. Abbott to sign HB910 and SB11 tomorrow

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Charles L. Cotton wrote:[ Image ]

It was an honor to be present as a representative of the NRA at the history-making signing of HB910. No, we weren't asleep; we were reading his signature.

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I mostly read about the legislative stuff, don't see faces often. So standing in the first row behind Gov Abbott is Senator Estes, correct? Then Charles Cotton. Who is the tall guy in the red tie? And someone completely blotted out by the camera lense.

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Re: Gov. Abbott to sign HB910 and SB11 tomorrow

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C-dub wrote:
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It was an honor to be present as a representative of the NRA at the history-making signing of HB910. No, we weren't asleep; we were reading his signature.

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Re: Gov. Abbott to sign HB910 and SB11 tomorrow

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Post by Charles L. Cotton » Sat Jun 13, 2015 8:42 pm

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It was an honor to be present as a representative of the NRA at the history-making signing of HB910. No, we weren't asleep; we were reading his signature.

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I mostly read about the legislative stuff, don't see faces often. So standing in the first row behind Gov Abbott is Senator Estes, correct? Then Charles Cotton. Who is the tall guy in the red tie? And someone completely blotted out by the camera lense.

Are the guys bhind you from Red's?
Yes, that's Sen. Estes. The tall guy you asked about is Rep. Fletcher who carried SB11 in the House. The tall guy behind me is John Bennett, an attorney on Sen. Estes' staff. The guy in the back left is with Red's.

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Post by mojo84 » Sat Jun 13, 2015 8:44 pm

And I think the guy covered by the camera lens is Rep. Phillips.


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Re: Gov. Abbott to sign HB910 and SB11 tomorrow

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Post by CJD » Sat Jun 13, 2015 9:08 pm

viking1000 wrote:
big454 wrote:Well I know it gets implemented on 01/01/2016 but doesn't it become law in Sept. 2015?
It is a law as of today but doesnt take effect till 1 second past midnight January 1st 2016.
I actually think you don't have to wait that extra second. I believe 12:00:00 is considered the next day.

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Re: Gov. Abbott to sign HB910 and SB11 tomorrow

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Post by ELB » Sat Jun 13, 2015 9:12 pm

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Yes, that's Sen. Estes. The tall guy you asked about is Rep. Fletcher who carried SB11 in the House. The tall guy behind me is John Bennett, an attorney on Sen. Estes' staff. The guy in the back left is with Red's.

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mojo84 wrote:And I think the guy covered by the camera lens is Rep. Phillips.
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Re: Gov. Abbott to sign HB910 and SB11 tomorrow

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Post by Charlies.Contingency » Sat Jun 13, 2015 9:13 pm

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It was an honor to be present as a representative of the NRA at the history-making signing of HB910. No, we weren't asleep; we were reading his signature.

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Wow, that is pretty incredible Chas. Glad to have you doing so much for us by the way, I don't think any of us tell you that enough. What are your thoughts now that it's signed?
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Re: Gov. Abbott to sign HB910 and SB11 tomorrow

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Post by Crossfire » Sat Jun 13, 2015 9:34 pm

Charles L. Cotton wrote:[ Image ]

It was an honor to be present as a representative of the NRA at the history-making signing of HB910. No, we weren't asleep; we were reading his signature.

Chas.
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Re: Gov. Abbott to sign HB910 and SB11 tomorrow

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Post by viking1000 » Sun Jun 14, 2015 12:04 am

I was glad to see you there Charles. It made my day. It is truly a very Historic event.


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Re: Gov. Abbott to sign HB910 and SB11 tomorrow

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Post by Rvrrat14 » Sun Jun 14, 2015 9:32 am

Thanks for the pic and cameo!

Again, THANKS FOR ALL YOU'VE DONE this session to educate and get this pushed through.....

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