Are Tennessee’s Gun Laws Blatantly Unconstitutional For 18-20 Year Olds?

We Must Be Demanding That Tennessee’s Law Which Continues To Infringe Rights Of Tennesseans And Other Citizens Be Purged From Our Laws. We Have An Obligation As Citizens, To The Fully Extent As Discussed By James Madison, To Compel Government To Remove These Infringements Or We Have The Duty To Move Forward As That Barrier Against Tyranny Of Domestic Government Which Function Lies At The Very Core Of The Type Of Governments That Founding Fathers Created And That Today’s Political Parties Work So Hard To Dilute.

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61% Of U.S. Counties Now ‘Second Amendment Sanctuaries’

As Of June 20, There Are 1,930 Counties “Protected By Second Amendment Sanctuary Legislation At Either The State Or County Level,” Representing 61% Of 3,141 Counties And County Equivalents In All 50 States And The District Of Columbia.

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Clarification Of Tennessee’s ‘Constitutional Carry’ Law – TTC News Break June 30, 2021

1) Former Interim Chief Of Staff On Paid Leave For Federal Investigation Accepts Job In Lee’s Administration
2) Clarification Of Tennessee’s ‘Constitutional Carry’ Law
3) Biden Administration Loses Public Support On Immigration Policies
4) Leaving Federal Jobless Benefits Program Lowers Unemployment

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Clarification Of Tennessee’s “Constitutional Carry” Law

In The Next Week, There Will Be Many Social Media Posts About Tennessee’s New Permitless carry Law. Many Of Those May Promote The Idea That It Is No Longer A Crime To Carry A Handgun In Tennessee Because Of Constitutional Carry. That Assertion Is Wrong.

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Anti-Gun Activist, Biden ATF Nominee Wants To Ban Tennesseans’ Hunting Rifles

Marsha Blackburn Rebuked Bureau Of ATF Nominee Chipman’s Agenda For Defying The U.S. Constitution During A Senate Judiciary Committee Confirmation Vote As Members Of The U.S. Congress Are Urging The Federal Government To Withdraw A Rule Change They Say Targets Veterans And Hurts Law-Abiding Gun Owners.

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Gov. Lee’s Permitless Carry Law – And Why To Avoid It

The Tennessee Firearms Association Recommends That People Get Or Keep The Tennessee Enhanced Handgun Permit Rather Than Relying On The Governor’s New Permitless Carry Bill That Goes Into Effect On July 1, 2021.

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New Gun Laws In Tennessee – Victory Or Missed Opportunities?

The Tennessee Legislature Was Able To Work Through A Full Session In 2021 Without Too Many Of The Problems Being Attributed To Covid-19. The Year Had Significant Hopes As At Least Three Bills Were Pending Which Addressed Either Permitless Carry Or Something Much More Desirable And Closer To Real Constitutional Carry. TFA Tracked 53 Bills In 2021 Of Which 20 Were Enacted Into Law. Of Those 20, Only A Few Are Likely Of Interest To Most Firearms Owners And Conservatives.

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Tennessee’s Lawmakers Celebrate Permitless Carry As It Becomes Law

On Wednesday, June 2, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Signed Permitless Carry Into Law. The Signing Took Place In Gallatin At Beretta, A Firearm Manufacturer.

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Hagerty And Senate GOP Colleagues Introduce Concealed Carry Reciprocity Bill

U.S. Senator Hagerty And Several Other Senate GOP Colleagues Have Introduced The Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act. If Passed, This New Legislation Would Allow Individuals With Concealed Carry Privileges In Their Home State To Exercise Those Rights In Any Other State With Concealed Carry Laws, While Still Abiding By That State’s Laws.

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Good Tennessee Second Amendment Bills Being Rejected Again

There Were Three Bills That The Tennessee Firearms Association Views As Significant Which Had Activity Last Week. The Subjects Of The Bills Include: Justifiable Self Defense, Protecting Citizens From Government Entities That Seek To Limit Right To Bear Arms, Constitutional Carry, TN Firearms Protection Act And The Second Amendment Sanctuary Act.

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