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Houston Houses Of Worship Struggle To Stay Welcoming, With An Eye On Security

Posted on · Since the Sutherland Springs tragedy, people have been questioning if more could be done to protect churches. But, some places of worship already have security measures in place, which evolved from a history of being targeted.

Houston Matters

Should Hunting and Fishing Be a Constitutional Right in Texas? Voters Will Decide in November

Posted on · Last week, the Texas Legislature approved a proposed state constitutional amendment — Senate Joint Resolution 22 — that would protect Texans' right to hunt, fish and harvest wildlife. It'll be up to voters to ratify in November. Nearly 20 other states have approved similar amendments to their state constitutions. Supporters, including the Texas State Rifle […]

Good, Bad and Ugly

NRA and Open Carry, iFest Bankrupt & Montrose Rollerblader: The Good The Bad and The Ugly of Houston News

Posted on · The NRA distanced itself from the Texas Open Carry movement (and then distanced itself from said distancing); Houston’s iFest is facing bankruptcy; and the Montrose Rollerblading Dancer is getting national attention: It’s The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Houston news. This week’s panel of non-experts is comprised of: Mark Bennett (attorney and author […]

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NRA Annual Convention Kicks Off In Downtown Houston

Posted on · The annual meeting of the NRA officially kicked off today at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston. More than 70,000 members are expected at the three-day event. KUHF's Carrie Feibel dropped by and spoke to members as they browsed the convention floor, examining new guns, holsters and hunting equipment. She also spoke to protestors outside.

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Five Things You Are Sure To See At The NRA Convention In Houston

Posted on · The NRA is holding three days of meetings, speeches and exhibits at the George R. Brown Convention Center, and more than 70.000 people are expected to attend. This annual gathering is on the heels of the Newtown massacre and last month's failure of Congress to expand background checks for firearms purchases.