The final deal-sweetener Perry mentioned was a lack of union influence in Texas.
“As you consider the best path for the future of your company, you might want to consider the savings in real dollars that would accrue to your bottom line were you to take advantage of the lower labor costs in Texas,” Perry wrote.
In a Facebook post on Tuesday, Magpul said it’s still weighing its options and focusing on defeating legislation in Colorado.
“It appears that someone has posted or sent out some sort of notice that we are moving to a specific location,” the company wrote. “We can assure you that no decision has been made about location, and that we are still fighting this battle. We are, however, assembling our requirements and looking at various areas that would be suitable for our new home, should it come to that. We appreciate all the offers, and we will begin talking to various entities about those shortly.”
The magazine bill, as well as several other controversial Democratic-sponsored bills, passed the state House on Monday and will be heard in the Senate. Democratic senators have their own gun control bills to introduce, including one that would hold gun manufacturers liable for any harm their products might cause.
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