With Joe Biden promising to come after gun owners in his first 100 days, a local lawmaker here in Texas is firing back. State representative Steve Toth is bringing back HB 112, which would protect, and make Texas a sanctuary state for second amendment rights. Toth was part of the group that filed the bill back in 2013, but it ultimately died in the democrat led senate. Now, with Republicans in control, along with the backing of Governor Greg Abbott, Toth believes this time HB 112 can cross the finish line. "The stakes are significantly higher this time around than they were in 2013. The bill will pass through the house and move over to the senate. And we expect that the senate will pass it, and it will end up on Abbott's desk." The bill would ban the use of state and local resources to enforce federal laws. Second amendment sanctuaries already exist in Alaska, Idaho, Kansas, and Wyoming, and they have -not- been tested in the courts. Representative Toth also told KTRH, "I think what makes it difficult to have a discussion with the left now is, we're trying to argue it from the standpoint of facts, and the constitution. And you're trying to discuss it with people who it's purely about emotion." And those emotions will be high for both sides, with Toth hoping that conservatives will let their voices be heard. This is for freedom.