Texas Capital City Facing Lawsuit & $7.3 Million Fine for Blocking Concealed Carry

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In 2015, the Texas legislature passed a law that allows legal concealed carry permit holders to carry their concealed weapons on government property and in government buildings.

However, the leaders of Austin, the state’s capital city is blocking legal concealed carry permit holders to access City Hall with their weapons. The city continues to post their signs, citing a city ordinance that prohibits firearms in city government buildings.

Michael Cargill, owner of Central Texas Gun Works filed a complaint against the city with state’s attorney general’s office and Attorney General Ken Paxton has turned the complaint into a lawsuit against the city. Cargill says the lawsuit could cost the city around $7.3 million.

(Breitbart) – Central Texas Gun Works owner Michael Cargill claims Austin, Texas, is risking a $7.3 million fine rather than allow concealed carry permit holders to be armed in City Hall.

Cargill’s assessment comes after

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