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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Constitutional Carry One Step Closer To Becoming Law

Tennessee’s Constitutional Carry Bill, Which Would Allow Eligible Citizens To Carry A Handgun Without A Permit, Is Closer To Becoming Law After Being Advanced By The General Assembly. The Senate Finance, Ways, And Means Committee Recommended The Bill For Passage On Tuesday.

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State Lawmakers Propose A Number Of Bills To Change Tennessee’s Response To Pandemic

Legislators Have Filed A Multitude Of Pandemic-Related Proposals, Including Bills That Would Make The State Pay For COVID-19 Victim’s Burials To A Slew Of Bills To Limit Powers Of The Executive Branch During A State Of Emergency.

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Indiana Looks To Scrap Handgun Carry Permits In Favor Of ‘Constitutional Carry’

Sixteen Other States Have Done It. And Indiana Now Looks Ready To Join Them In Eliminating The Requirement That A Person Have A License In Order To Carry A Loaded Weapon On Them Or In Their Vehicle.

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Maury County Mayor And ‘Tennessee Stands’ Challenge Legislators To Lead On Mandates

“We are debating masks when we should be discussing liberty, freedom and personal responsibility.” – Mayor Ogles

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Voting Is Not A Constitutional Right, But Counting Them Is

Today, voting remains a privilege protected by laws. Still people think it is a right due to a lack of civic education. Schools today teach little about the Constitution or our founding. They focus on obscure historical identity group events, and being politically correct. They teach what they’re told to teach.

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