Reader DH has some good news for our four-legged friends:
Canines across Texas are rejoicing, as HB 593 which requires law enforcement officers to receive canine encounter training, passed the Texas Senate today. It will be on its way to the Governor next to sign into law. Chief Art Acevedo, when not actively trying to impede, remove or otherwise diminish the citizenry’s 2A rights, heads the Austin PD which has waged pretty much unrestricted warfare on the canine population over the past couple of years . . .
These include some pretty well publicized executions of pets while investigating the wrong house, entering property or pretty much any time they’ve felt like it. Hopefully, this will give them paws (sic) for a moment, before escalating from encounter straight to deadly force.
As the antis like to say…if it saves one life…right?