Local government and state agencies have been more than willing to intimidate CHL holders by continuing to post unenforceable 30.06 signs. There are signs across the state that can be seen on government-owned or leased property. Therefore, in the 2015 Legislative session Senator Cambell (SB 273) and Rep Gullen (HB 226) filed bills to address these unenforceable signs. These bills created a civil fine for agencies or political subdivisions that choose to continue violating your rights. SB 273 was passed and signed into law by Gov. Abbott. It took effect on September 1, 2015.
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***Please keep in mind that this new law only impacts unenforceable 30.06 signage. It does not reduce the authority of local government and state agencies to control their property***'
|ENTITY IN VIOLATION||COMPLAINT TYPE||AG REFERENCE NUMBER||RESULT||SPECIAL NOTES|
|Denton County||Sign||------||SIGN REMOVED|
|Hill County Courthouse Annex||Sign||PENDING||AWAITING AG OPINION|
|Hill CAD Tax Office||Sign||------||SIGN REMOVED|
|McLennan County Records Bld.||Sign||-----||SIGN REMOVED|
|Frisco City Hall Library||Sign||------||SIGN REMOVED|
|Castle Hills City Hall||Sign||------||SIGN REMOVED|
|Brown County Courthouse||Sign||PENDING||AWAITING AG OPINION|
|Bastrop County Annex Bld.||Sign||PENDING||AWAITING AG OPINION|
|Montgomery Count Courthouse||Sign||PENDING||AWAITING AG OPINION|
|Harris County Courthouse||Sign||PENDING||AWAITING AG OPINION|
|Lavon City Council||Sign||PENDING|
|Burleson Recreation||Sign||------||SIGN REMOVED|
|Texas Workforce Solutions||Sign||PENDING|
|Eddie City Hall||Sign||PENDING|
|Neederland Tax Assessor Office||Sign||PENDING|
|Mesquite City Hall||Sign||PENDING|