Tennessee, Montana Lead State Coalition Against Banks, Credit Card Companies Tracking and Monitoring Firearm Purchases

Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Along With Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen Is Leading A Coalition Of 24 States Alerting The Chief Executive Officers Of Three Major Credit Card Companies That The Recent Creation Of A Merchant Category Code For The Processing Of Firearms Purchases From Gun Stores Is Potentially A Violation Of Consumer Protection And Antitrust Laws.

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2nd Amendment Groups Send Legal Warning To California AG To Comply With Supreme Court Decision On Right To Carry

Two Groups Defending The Second Amendment Sent A Legal Warning To California Attorney General Rob Bonta Monday Demanding That He “Cease His Blatant Disregard For The Recent Supreme Court Decision Which Effectively Overturned California’s ‘May Issue’ Permitting Scheme.”

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Debate Continues About Lowering Tennessee’s Concealed Carry Age To 18

The Debate Over Whether 18-, 19- And 20-Year-Olds In Tennessee Should Be Able To Carry A Concealed Handgun Will Continue This Week In A House Committee.

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Democrats Incite Fear of Violence Due to New Permitless Carry Gun Law

Democratic Leaders Claim New Gun Law In Tennessee Will Lead To A Spike In Gun Violence Once It Takes Effect On July 1. However, Statistics From Other States That Have Issued Similar Laws Do Not Back Up The Claim.

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Multiple Guns Stolen From Hixson Pawn Shop

On Monday, June 21, Multiple Guns Were Stolen From A Pawn Shop In Hixson, Tennessee. Officials Are Still Searching For The Suspect, And Have Offered A $5,000 Reward For Any Information That Leads To An Arrest.

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Missouri Couple Pleads Guilty To Protecting Their Home From Rioters – What Would Happen In Tennessee?

A Missouri Couple Now Has Criminal Records For Brandishing Firearms To Protect Their Property During BLM Riots. Would Homeowners Face The Same Charges If This Happened In The State Of Tennessee?

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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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Senator Blackburn And Colleagues Introduce Bill To Report Illegal Alien Attempts To Purchase Firearms

Last Week, Senators Marsha Blackburn, Tom Cotton, Joni Ernst, Thom Tillis , And Josh Hawley Introduced The Illegal Alien NICS Alert Act. The Bill Would Require The National Instant Criminal Background Check System To Notify U.S. Immigration And Customs Enforcement And Relevant Local Law Enforcement When A Firearm Transferee Is Illegally Present In The United States.

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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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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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