Tennessee Joins 21-State Coalition Opposing ATF Rule That Prevents Law-Abiding Citizens From Privately Selling Firearms

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Has Joined A Coalition Of 21 States In A Lawsuit Opposing An Unconstitutional New Rule From The Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms And Explosives That Would Prevent Law-Abiding Americans From Privately Selling Firearms.

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21 Charged with Firearms, Illegal Drugs, Conspiracy Offenses Following Multi-Agency Violent Crime Reduction Effort In Memphis

Federal And Local Law-Enforcement Officials Announced That 21 Individuals Were Charged In Connection With Firearms-Trafficking, Drug-Distribution, Conspiracy, And Other Offenses As Part Of A Targeted Violent Crime Reduction Initiative In Memphis, Tennessee. The Indictments Are The Result Of A Series Of Coordinated Arrests Made Following A Months-Long Multi-Agency Operation.

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Four Arrested For Illegally Selling Firearms In Nashville Convenience Store

Four People Are Accused Of Using A Nashville Convenience Store As A Front To Unlawfully Sell Firearms To Convicted Felons.

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TN Attorney General Joins Coalition In Lawsuit Against AG Garland, ATF On Pistol Brace Rule

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Joined A 24-State Coalition In Filing A Lawsuit Against U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, The Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms And Explosives And Its Director That Seeks To Enjoin A Recently Issued Final Rule Governing “Stabilizing Braces,” Commonly Known As Pistol Braces.

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22 AGs File Brief With SCOTUS Against Federal Firearm Accessory Ban

Twenty-Two State Attorneys General, Led By AGs From Montana And West Virginia, Have Petitioned The U.S. Supreme Court Over A Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms And Explosives Rule They Argue Would Immediately Transform Hundreds Of Thousands Of Law-Abiding Gun Owners Into Criminals.

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Court Of Appeals Affirms District Court’s Refusal To Grant Injunction In Bumpstock Litigation

For Now, There Is No Injunction Within The 6th Circuit On Civilian Possession Of Bumpstocks And That Such Devices Are Presently Classified As “Machineguns.” If You Are The Owner Or A Possessor Of A Bumpstock, You May Need To Consult With An Attorney.

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Tennesseans Are Concerned About Mandates, Federal Actions & State Rights [ Interview with Representative Clay Doggett ]

In this interview with Clay Doggett, State Representative for District 70, we discuss how Conservatives feel about the current state of affairs in our state and what citizens can do to affect change.
We also discuss the 10th Amendment and nullification and delve into why state lawmakers are so willing to relinquish Tennessee’s powers to the Federal Government and why have we never seen nullification used when blatantly unconstitutional mandates or laws enacted.
In addition, we discuss the legal challenges the recent permitless carry bill is facing and the letter Doggett just released on ATF rule changes.

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TN GOP Asks Governor & Attorney General To Oppose New ATF Gun Law Rules

Over Forty Members Of The Tennessee Legislature Have Signed A Letter Requesting Governor Bill Lee And Attorney General Herbert Slatery Use Their Legal And Executive Power To Resist Two Proposed Rules From The Federal Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, And Explosives.

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TN Firearms Assoc. Joins Gun Owners Of America To Defeat Bumpstock Ban

On Friday, September 3, 2021, Tennessee Firearms Association Joined Gun Owners Of America And Other Conservative 2nd Amendment Advocacy Groups In Submitting An Amicus Brief To The United States Supreme Court In The Case Of w. Clark Aposhian V, Merrick Garland, Attorney General, Et Al. (No. 21-159).

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