By Sarah T. DicksonThe gun control bill, which passed the House on Thursday, requires background checks for people purchasing firearms.
However, the new bill does not require them to get a license, or register, or go through any other process.
In other words, you can carry a gun in public, but you can’t openly carry it.
The law requires a license to buy and sell firearms, and allows for a license for concealed carry.
That is, a person can carry concealed without a license and a person who is not a licensed gun owner can carry without a permit, but not openly.
The bill is also meant to prevent people from carrying concealed weapons into churches or other places where they can be seen, including bars, restaurants, shopping centers, schools and parks.
Gun control advocates argue that this law is not about gun safety, but about preventing people from obtaining guns.
And gun control advocates say the new law will do nothing to prevent violent crimes.
But some say that this is a very good compromise.
The bill requires licensed gun dealers to provide the Department of Justice with a list of guns that they will sell.
The list includes semiautomatic weapons, which have the ability to fire up to seven rounds in less than a second.
A semiauto is a shotgun that has a detachable magazine.
The new law also expands the list of semiaunos to include assault rifles, which do not have a detacheable magazine.
Under the new background check law, a licensed dealer can’t sell a gun if it has a serial number that’s different from the one the dealer has on file.
The dealer has to give the department a list that includes the correct serial number for the gun.
The new law includes a clause that requires licensed dealers to submit to background checks, which requires that they provide the department with a listing of all guns that the dealer holds that are not currently registered to the person.
This means that if you buy a gun from a dealer that does not have an actual serial number, the seller cannot get the gun from you.
You have to go to a gun store or gun dealer that has the correct information on file and pay for it.
So if you are going to buy a firearm, you have to have the right kind of ID to purchase it, which is a gun seller who has the right to have a gun on file, and the right information to submit for a background check.
If you are a licensed concealed carry holder, you must obtain a permit to carry a concealed weapon.
That requires you to submit a form to the department, which states your name, address, date of birth, social security number, and date of issuance of your permit.
The form must include your name and address, your social security card number and the date of your last license renewal.
You must also get a copy of the gun owner identification card.
If you don’t have a driver’s license, you may also have to submit it, but it doesn’t have to be a current form of photo ID.
The gun owner card also does not show you a Social Security number, which may be used to obtain a gun license.
You will need a current Social Security card to purchase a firearm.
This is not an easy process.
The process can take up to six months to complete, and requires a form that you fill out and pay.
The background check process is not completely clear, and many states, including Texas, have set different deadlines and times.
But gun safety advocates are pushing for more stringent background checks in Texas and other states that have tightened restrictions on gun ownership.
The federal government has made the background check system less stringent than in other states, so it’s not clear that Texas and others will be able to complete the background checks on a timely basis.
However, the legislation in the House bill has also created a loophole for some states that allow gun owners to sell their guns to family members without having to go through a background checks.
A gun owner who sells his or her firearm without going through a criminal background check is allowed to keep it and move it to a family member who does not need it.
That means that some people who are licensed to carry concealed weapons could keep their weapons in the home.
It also means that those who are prohibited from owning guns could continue to do so, if they want to do that.
The measure does not ban the sale of guns to people who have a mental illness, or anyone who is involuntarily committed to a mental health facility.
However it does require that the person who sells the gun must obtain approval from a mental hospital before selling it to someone who is unable to hold a firearm due to a psychiatric disorder.
The requirement to obtain approval has been criticized by gun rights advocates.
The legislation also includes an expansion of the federal definition of a mental disorder, which includes a range of behaviors that have been linked to a higher risk of violence