Gun Policy Group Amends Suit To Lower Age Of Open Carry To 18 After Victory In Texas

A Complaint Against The State Of Tennessee Seeking To Allow Those Between 18 And 20 To Openly Carry Firearms Has Been Amended Following The Firearms Policy Coalition Winning A Similar Case In Texas In Late August.

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The Slippery Slope Of Red Flag Gun Laws [Op-Ed]

The Senate Has Now Passed The Onus Of “Gun Control” On To The States. They Expand Background Checks, And Fund School Safety Programs. They Will Also Incentivize States To Pass More Red Flag Laws. Since States Have Almost “Innumerable Powers” They Will Pressure Each State To Pass Stricter Gun Laws.

All Government Is Local, And All Liberty Is Too. The Rubber Meets The Road In Every State Legislature. Politicians Are Addicted To Money And Easily Swayed By Federal Gratuities. But What Happens In Our States Ends Up In DC. As States Trade Our Gun Rights For Abusive “Red Flag Laws,” Citizens That Do Not Challenge Them Don’t Covet Their Freedom. They Will Be Crying And Moaning When Progressives Win Their Campaign To Repeal Their 2nd Amendment.

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Busy Week For The 2nd Amendment In The Tennessee Legislature

There Are 9 Hearings The Week Of February 21st That Will Deal With Various Second Amendment-Related Bills In The House And Senate.

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TN 2nd Amendment Bills In Committees / Subcommittees Next Week

There Are 7 Bills That The Tennessee Firearms Association Is Tracking That Are On The Calendar For Hearings The Week Of February 14th In The General Assembly.

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Initial Review Of 2nd Amendment Bills Filed In 2022 Legislative Session

Some Of The Bills Are Consistent With The 2nd Amendment’s Mandate That The Individual Right To Arms “Shall Not Be Infringed”, Some Are Neutral On The Issue And Quite A Few Simply Ignore The Clear Constitutional Mandate.

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TN Attorney General Releases Opinion On Handgun Carry In Buildings Where Judicial Proceedings Might Occur

The Tennessee Attorney General Has Released Opinion 22-01 In Which Several Questions From Rep. Terri Lynn Weaver Were Addressed. Although You Should Read The Full Opinion To Get A Grasp Of The Outrageous Scheme Bodied In The Current Statute, These Are The Summary Points Made By The Attorney General In Responding To Rep. Weaver’s Questions.

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