Since running to be the State Representative for House District 128, I’ve always strived to be a fighter in Austin who will serve as my constituents’ voice for effective, limited, and less burdensome government. I will continue to be a State Representative our area can be proud of and support.
State Representative Briscoe Cain (Deer Park), Chairman of the House Select Committee on Driver’s License Issuance and Renewal, sent a formal request seeking Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s legal opinion on how the Governor’s executive order extending the expiration date of a Texas driver’s license that expired on or after March 13, 2020 affects a federally licensed firearm dealer in the transfer/sale of a firearm to a Texas resident who attempts to use a Texas driver’s license that expired on or after March 13, 2020 in order to purchase a firearm.
State Representative Briscoe Cain sent a letter to the Harris County Commissioners Court demanding they add specialty retailers that sell firearms, ammunition, and firearms accessories to the list of “essential” retail businesses allowed to remain open during the shelter-in-place mandate. You can view the letter here: https://briscoecain.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Cain-Letter-Gun-Stores-During-Stay-Home-Orders.pdf