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BLM Report Shows Safety Concerns Along Red River Land

Texas landowner Tommy Henderson speaks to a gathering of politicians, landowners, law enforcement and media at the bridge over the Red River on Highway 79, northeast of Byers, Texas on April 28, 2014. Henderson has been in a legal battle  with the BLM over land he says he paid for and owns.
Texas landowner Tommy Henderson speaks to a gathering of politicians, landowners, law enforcement and media at the bridge over the Red River on Highway 79, northeast of Byers, Texas on April 28, 2014. Henderson has been in a legal battle with the BLM over land he says he paid for and owns.

A new report by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management highlights North Texans' concerns about a disputed stretch of land along the Red River – including feral hogs, trash, meth labs and a general lack of management. 

The Brief: NRA — We Don't Need to Be Victims of Friendly Fire

Chris Way and his son Ryan, 2, participate in a march during South by Southwest in March 2014, an event led by the Austin chapter of the gun rights group Come and Take It.
Chris Way and his son Ryan, 2, participate in a march during South by Southwest in March 2014, an event led by the Austin chapter of the gun rights group Come and Take It.

As some open-carry activists look to take their long-gun-brandishing demonstrations outside the state GOP convention in Fort Worth, the movement's efforts are catching criticism from a pair of unlikely sources — the nation's largest gun-rights group and a state legislator who has pushed open-carry legislation.

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