November 2, 2016 |

Election Day is next Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016. To keep yourself out of trouble at your polling place, click to see how Texas law prohibits possession of firearms, clubs, and illegal knives when you're voting. 

Texas Law Shield Independent Program Attorney Emily Taylor addresses the pitfalls and problems of carrying firearms onto school property. Click to see the video. 
An employee of a jewelry store in Conroe, Texas, pulled an AK-47 from behind the counter to stop four would-be armed robbers. One of the armed robbers opened fire and multiple employees returned fire, killing the suspect. Click to read more.

Texas Law Shield is proud to be a Texas State Rifle Association Platinum business member, and our friends at TSRA have compiled a report that details how current Texas candidates support gun rights. Click here to download and print this guide/report card. #gunvote 

We have now opened in Arkansas. If you have friends or loved ones in Arkansas, please let them know about all the benefits of U.S. Law Shield. Click to learn more. 

Members, we hope you'll join Texas Law Shield on November 19 at the Defender Outdoors Shooting Center in Fort Worth for a special Member Perk event. Defender Outdoors will offer free range fees to all TLS Members who show up and shoot from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. that day. And click to see who will make a guest appearance!

Texas has restrictions on the sale, transfer, and possession of firearms that are separate and distinct from the federal restrictions. Click to read a book excerpt from Texas Gun Law: Armed And Educated about these state rules you need to know. 

During the final presidential debate, Hillary Clinton raised eyebrows, and the ire of a few hundred fact checkers, when she passionately advocated for more gun control to save the "dozens of toddlers" who die every year because of guns. What do you think of her assertion? Click to leave your opinions in the comments section of the article.  

Members: This is just one example of how the legal system can trample your rights. An Ohio man was refused a gun purchase because the FBI said he was a "prohibited person," even though the agency had received documents six years earlier that showed he wasn't. Click to read the rest of the story. 

Deborah Duncan, host of the Great Day Houston television show, talks with Texas Law Shield Independent Program Attorney Michele Byington and Rania Mankarious, executive director of Houston Crime Stoppers, about the new campus-carry gun law on college campuses. Click to see the discussion

The Ruger LCP has sold in greater numbers than just about any other modern 380 ACP pistol. For members who haven't had a chance to shoot the LCP, Texas Law Shield conducted accuracy testing and combat-style firing drills at 5, 7, and 10 yards with six different loads to show you what the little gun can do. Click to see the results

What's the law on having guns in your vehicle without an LTC? Tricky question, which an Independent Program Attorney addresses in our Member Forum. Click here to see the answer. 

Did you know there are dozens of videos addressing all manner of legal questions on our YouTube Channel? Protective orders, traveling tips, what to do during a traffic stop if you're carrying, and many other topics. Click here to see a listing of topics you can access as a member.