So the 2011 legislative session in Indiana was pretty good to gun owners. We went six for six, with everything from improved preemption to a "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" law for employers. That's right, it's illegal for employers to discriminate against you for exercising your constitutional rights here in Indiana!
Did the other side even try floating any legislation?
Meanwhile, down in Texas, they're still trying to push forward on HB 2756, which would remove the odious concealment requirements under which our oppressed Texan brothers and sisters still suffer. If you're in Texas, pester your legiscritter!
EDIT: As Shootin' Buddy points out, this was entirely accomplished by our state association, the ISRPA, with pretty much bupkis for help from the national association, which was apparently fighting sexier and more telegenic fights in other states. The ISRPA has somewhere around 1,100 members, counting dead guys, and the high-powered lobbyists consisted of three old retired dudes who hung around the statehouse and pestered legislators to vote in favor of these bills and have I showed you this picture of my grandkids? That's an amazing return on investment; imagine what they could do with more members!