You do know that the state of emergency declarations is what the blue state Governors, and some red states too, used during coronavirus to shut stuff down, right?Yep, knew about that. I've never had to us it, just show the officer my permit to carry. I've never been asked to do that, though, not for a disaster. I don't consider traffic stops a natural disaster. :rofl:
Dunno. I didn't read any other links to that email. I did unsubscribe to the sender, though.
According to the Texas State Law Library, that is incorrect: https://faq.sll.texas.gov/questions/42610 1: It's for seven days following the declaration of the state of emergency, unless the Governor specifically extends the time period that a person can carry without a license (which he has not done) 2: It covers you during evacuation and reentering after evacuation, not day-today activities like going for groceries or going to work.It's not just for 7 days. It's for 7 days after the state of emergency or disaster declaration is over. If we entered a SoE for Covid on Say March 15th and it was officially ended June 1st, then you can carry (permitless) until June 8th.
No, those are usually man made. Pedal on the RIGHT!!!Yep, knew about that. I've never had to us it, just show the officer my permit to carry. I've never been asked to do that, though, not for a disaster. I don't consider traffic stops a natural disaster. 🤣