Governor Lee Signs Law Preventing Red Flag Gun Laws In Tennessee

Governor Bill Lee Signed A New Law On Tuesday That Prevents Cities And Municipalities In Tennessee From Creating Or Enforcing Red Flag Gun Laws.

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Bill Preventing Local Governments From Enforcing Red Flag Gun Laws Passes Tennessee House (Update 5.1.24)

Legislation That Would Prevent Local Governments From Establishing Or Enforcing Red Flag Gun Laws Made It Through The Tennessee House Of Representatives On Wednesday.

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Bill To Prevent Local Governments From Enforcing Red Flag Gun Laws Passes In Tennessee Senate, Progresses In House

A Bill To Prevent Cities And Municipalities In Tennessee From Establishing Or Enforcing Red Flag Gun Laws Passed In The State Senate On Thursday And Is Scheduled To Be Heard In The House Criminal Justice Committee Early Next Week.

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Governor Lee Abandons His ERPO (Red Flag) Bill Promising More Public Safety For Tennesseans

Reports This Week From Governor Lee’s Office Indicate That He Has Decided To Abandon His Efforts To Pass His Proposal For Any Kind Of ERPO (Extreme Risk Protection Orders) Legislation, Also Known As “Red Flag Laws”.

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Gov. Lee Calls Special Session For Gun Control – State Sovereignty Now At Risk (Op-Ed)

After 3 Months Of Public Outcry And Distress, Pro And Con, On August 8th Governor Lee Finally Issued The Formal Call For A Special Session With A Proclamation To “Consider And Act Upon Legislation” Listing 18 Different Areas To Consider. Eighteen Proposals? None Deal Directly With Gun Control. What Is REALLY Going On!?

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TN Legislature GOP Leaders Say “No Gun Laws Will Be Passed” in Gov. Lee’s Special Session

After Months Of Speculation As To What The General Assembly May Do During Governor Lee’s Special Session, Top GOP Leaders Say That They Will Not Give Consideration To Proposed Gun Laws.

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Governor Lee Makes Official Call For Special Legislative Session

Governor Bill Lee Has Finally Officially Made The Call For A Special Legislative Session To Begin On August 21st.

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Republican State Executive Committee Adopt Resolution Encouraging Governor To Reconsider Upcoming Session

A Resolution Was Adopted On Saturday By Members Of The Tennessee Republican State Executive Committee Encouraging Governor Bill Lee To Reconsider The Special Legislative Session Due To Begin August 21st.

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Tennessee Democrats Plan Bus Tour To Push For Gun Control

While Governor Lee Has Not Yet Officially Requested A Special Legislative Session, Democrats Have Announced Plans For An Eight-Stop Bus Tour To Discuss The Topic Of Gun Violence Prior To The Anticipated August 21 Session Date.

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