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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A Year Of Missed Opportunities – Good Tennessee Bills Being Rejected Again

Legislative Committees Are Closing Down. Soon, We Will Know What 2nd Amendment Related Issues Are Going To Be Enacted By The Republican Super Majority And Which Are Not. Never, Never Forget That With The Super Majority, The Failure To Enact Any Legislation Or The Enactment Of Legislation. Good Or Bad, Is Solely The Act Of The Legislature’s Republican Caucuses. Incrementalism And Half-steps May Seem Like Progress But The Fact That It Is A Half- Step By A Super Majority Is Significant And Must Be Noted For The 2022 Election Cycle.

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What Does The New Permitless Carry Exception Tell Us About Who Failed True Constitutional Carry In Tennessee?

Tennessee Has Had The Opportunity This Year To Pass Real Constitutional Carry. It Failed To Achieve That Goal. But, it Did Manage To Pass A law that Continues To Make It A Crime In Tennessee For Someone To Carry A Firearm With The Intent To Go Armed But Which Now Creates An “Exception” To That Law If The Person Can Satisfy About 7 Qualifications, Some Of Which Are More Stringent Than Federal Laws Restricting Who Can Purchase A Firearm. Who Are These Elected Officials Who Would Not Stand True To Support Removing Infringements On Your Rights?

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Lee Signs Legislation Allowing Qualified Residents To Carry A Handgun Without Permit

Carrying A Handgun Without A Permit In Tennessee Is Now Law After Gov. Bill Lee Signed Legislation Thursday To Allow It.

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How RINOs & Gov. Lobbyists Are Killing 2nd Amendment Rights in TN

As a Conservative, you might think the biggest roadblock to stronger 2nd Amendment protections are Democrats… but you would be dead wrong. Even though we have a Republican Supermajority, we still have a Conservative minority in the TN House, Senate and the Governor’s Mansion. In this interview, John Harris of the Tennessee Firearms Association describes how true Constitutional Carry is being scuttled by RINOs in obscure committee meetings… yet these same “bad actors” tout their gun strong rights records on the campaign trail. Watch now so you can see HOW to protect and advance your 2nd Amendment rights!

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break March 30, 2021

1)We The People Rally Coming To Nashville In Support Of Individual Liberty
2) Governor Lee Quietly Receives Weekend Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine
3) Tennessee Permitless Carry Passes General Assembly And Moves On To Gov. Lee
4) 861 Criminals, 92 Sex Offenders Encountered At Texas Border In Past Few Days
5) Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Announces Enhanced Electronic Inmate Services
6) Tennessee Interstate Construction To Be Halted For Easter Weekend

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Tennessee Permitless Carry Passes General Assembly and Moves On To Governor Lee

The Tennessee General Assembly Approved Governor Bill Lee’s Permitless Carry Bill On Monday Evening. The House Passed It With A 64-29 Vote, With Only Five Republicans Opposing It. It Will Now Go To Lee’s Desk So It Can Be Signed Into Law.

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Governor Lee Wants Constitutional Carry Bill For Safer Tennessee

Governor Bill Lee Has Continued To Show His Support For Tennessee’s Constitutional Carry Bill As It Passes Through The House. The Bill Was Voted On By The Finance, Ways, And Means Committee And Will Move On To The Calendar And Rules Committee.

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Carrying Handgun Without Permit Approved By Tennessee Senate

The Tennessee Senate Passed Legislation Thursday That Would Allow For The Carrying Of Handguns In The State Without A Permit. The Senate Bill’s Companion, House Bill 786, Still Is Working Its Way Through The Committee Process In The House.

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