HB19 sets out regulations for carrying on college campuses but still contains language allowing institutions to regulate and prohibit carry:
Proposed Texas Gun Law HB19 - American Gun Owners Allianced) An institution of higher education or private or independent institution of higher education in this state may establish rules, regulations, or other provisions concerning the storage of handguns in dormitories or other residential facilities that are owned or leased and operated by the institution and located on the campus of the institution.
(e) A private or independent institution of higher education in this state, after consulting with students, staff, and faculty of the institution, may establish rules, regulations, or other provisions prohibiting license holders from carrying handguns on premises that are owned or leased and operated by the institution and located on the campus of the institution.
Companion Senate bill (SB9): Proposed Texas Gun Law SB9 - American Gun Owners Alliance
HB38 outlines procedures for judges and attornies to carry weapons:
Proposed Texas Gun Law HB38 - American Gun Owners Alliancerelating to the application of certain concealed handgun license laws to the attorney general and to assistant attorneys general, United States attorneys, assistant United States attorneys, special assistant United States attorneys, and certain associate judges and other judicial personnel, and to the authority of those persons to carry certain weapons.
Companion Senate bill (SB35): http://amgoa.org/gun-law-texts/Texas...ntroduced.html
SB34 amends section 46.03 of Texas penal code relating to certain offenses involving carrying of concealed weapons and strikes the current text that outlaws carrying in a hospital, amusement parks, churches, synagogues, or other established places of religious worship
Proposed Texas Gun Law SB34 - American Gun Owners Alliance
SB41 amends current law 46.06 in relation to the unlawful transfer of firearms to prohibited persons.
Proposed Texas Gun Law SB41 - American Gun Owners Alliance
HB15 amends Chapter 1 of Texas penal code and relates to enforcement of federal laws within the state. The bill basically makes it illegal for any agency within the state to assist with regulations of any federal law that does not exist in Texas law.
Proposed Texas Gun Law HB15 - American Gun Owners Alliance
HB12 is title the 'Texas Firearm Protection Act' and affirms the rights of Texas citizens and rejects any new federal laws.
Proposed Texas Gun Law HB12 - American Gun Owners Alliance
HB21 set out regulations against any federal agent seizing a firearm from Texas Citizens:
Proposed Texas Gun Law HB21 - American Gun Owners AllianceSec. 46.16. UNLAWFUL SEIZURE OF FIREARM. (a) A person who is an officer or employee of the United States, this state, or a political subdivision of this state commits an offense if the person, while acting under color of the person's office or employment, intentionally or knowingly seizes a firearm as permitted or required by a federal statute, order, rule, or regulation that:
(1) imposes a prohibition, restriction, or other regulation on firearms that does not exist under the laws of this state; and
(2) violates the United States Constitution.
SB16 sets out regulations for wrongful exclusion of concealed license holders but also adds language making it illegal to carry a weapon where a meeting of 'government entity is held'
Proposed Texas Gun Law SB16 - American Gun Owners Alliance(c) A license holder commits an offense if the license holder intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly carries a handgun under the authority of Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code, regardless of whether the handgun is concealed, in the room or rooms where a [at any] meeting of a governmental entity is held and if the meeting is an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Government Code, and the entity provided notice as required by that chapter.