(KCEN) -- A Texas lawmaker has made a bold proposal to block any federal firearms legislation from being enforced in the Lone Star State.
The Firearms Protection Act is being pushed by District 15 Representative Steve Toth.
He represents The Woodlands, near Houston.
Any federal official caught enforcing federal gun laws would be arrested, face a felony charge and could spend up to five years in jail.
They would also face up to $50,000 dollars in fines.
The bill is expected to come up during this year's state legislative session.