Austin turns out to support Lock Arms for Life

Austin turns out to support Lock Arms for Life

Over the long holiday weekend I attended two events. First, on Saturday I was at the Women’s MarchATX2020 on the Capitol grounds talking to crowds about gun safety. Then, that following Monday you could find me at the Martin Luther King Celebration chatting up...
Texas permits weapons group to control gun safety money

Texas permits weapons group to control gun safety money

Taxpayer-funded gun locks are free to Texans — unless they have the wrong ‘political agenda’ San Antonio Express-News By Allie Morris AUSTIN — Eight years after her son died from an accidental shooting in 2009, Leesa Ross began preaching safe firearm storage at...
Gun Locks Part 2: Just one at a time

Gun Locks Part 2: Just one at a time

Last time out, I leaned that Austin police are permitting a shooting sports foundation to control the distribution of gun locks. The National Shooting Sports Foundation is in charge, according to APD policy. But the governor has said all Texas citizens can get gun...
Longhorns everywhere love safety

Longhorns everywhere love safety

All around the UT campus, I found support for gun safety this week. High schoolers at AISD Back the Future event took free t-shirts, pens and safety swag while they pledged responsibility for firearms in their lives. Bevo strutted my shirt at the National Night Out on...