Texas has one of the highest fees in the nation for gun permits, but a bill that's passed the Senate would change that. Many Texans leave the state to get a gun permit and some lawmakers say that's money that should stay in Texas.
"The idea that the government charges you a fee to exercise your rights is fundamentally wrong from a political and philosophical perspective."
Critics say cutting the conceal carry permit fee by $100 would cost the state $15-million.
"Politicians who argue 'we should charge you for your rights because we need the money;' those people need to look at why they're in office."
Korwin is a fan of what's called Constitutional Carry; no permits or fees to exercise your Second Amendment rights.
"Where possession of your private property doesn't require a permission slip, a fee or other red tape from government. You don't need a fee to go to church, you don't need a fee to own a bible; why should you need a fee to own or carry a firearm?"
In addition to the Senate bill that would cut the conceal carry permit fee from $140 to $40, there is a 'Constitutional Carry' bill in the House.