My copy of Texas Concealed Handgun Laws and Selected Statutes 2007-2008 runs 71 pages of fine print. Even the banks and credit card companies get there "gotchas" in to contracts in half the number of pages.
But, Brady is right: We need a couple more pages of more laws in there. Ones that nullify about 58 pages of the existing 71.
It should boil down to this: keep the licensing process; remove restrictions on hospital, church, school carriage; add open carry as O.K.; make unlicensed possession in the car more clearly legal by decoupling from travel issues, stronger stand your ground.
With regard to the latter, if the guy on the receiving end has served time for a felony, the presumption should be that the shooting was justified unless there is stingent evidence of malevolent intent on the part of the license holder.