Texans Rally Against More Gun Control

A self-proclaimed Paul Revere circled the state Capitol grounds on a bicycle Saturday at noon, ushering people to the north side of the building to join in a national day of protest against a renewed push for gun-control regulations.

The rally, organized by Guns Across America, a gun rights organization, was one of 49 protests occurring across the nation. It coincided with Gun Appreciation Day, a response to a national gun debate incited by the tragedy in Newtown, Conn., where 20 children and six staff members of Sandy Hook Elementary were killed by a gunman.

Roughly a thousand people attended ...

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