Rogge Dunn Group’s Rogge Dunn was quoted in a Dallas/Houston/San Antonio Business Journal article from Monday, May 17th about Texas House Bill 1927. If signed into law, HB1927 would allow Texas residents to openly carry handguns without a license if they are not already prohibited to do so by state or federal law.
If the bill passes Dunn advises restaurants to reevaluate their current firearm policies and to consider additional training for their employees for situations that may involve patrons in violation of these firearm policies.
“I think this bill will lead to uncomfortable situations and/or confrontations between restaurant employees and their patrons,” Dunn said. “And they’re going to have two choices, neither of which one is great. Either quietly confront and say they need to leave, or call the police on their patrons, which is not a great way to retain business.”
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