NRA Endorses Greg Vital For District 29

Ahead Of Early Voting Beginning On August 25, The National Rifle Association (NRA) Announced Its Endorsement Of Greg Vital For Tennessee’s House District 29 Because Of His Long-Standing Commitment To The Second Amendment, Public Lands And The Outdoors.

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Gun Control Lobbying Spending Rises As Biden Calls To End Mass Shootings

Lobbying Spending By Gun Control Groups Rose In The First Quarter Of 2021 Compared To The Same Period Last Year As A Return To Frequent Mass Shootings Turned Up The Pressure For Anti-Gun Violence Legislation.

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Supreme Court Takes Up Major Second Amendment Case

The U.S. Supreme Court Monday Announced It Would Hear A Major Second Amendment Court Case That Could Have Broad Implications For Gun Rights. This Would Be The First Time The Highest Court In The Land Has Considered A Gun Rights Case With The Latest Makeup Of The Bench.

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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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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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Gun Control Bills Quick To Pop Up In Congress

Democratic Congresswomen From New York And Texas Each Introduced Several Pieces Of Legislation They Say Are Aimed At Curbing Gun Violence.

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Small Donors Ruled 2020; Will That Change Post-Trump?

Small Donors Played A Pivotal Role In Financing Both Democratic And Republican Campaigns In The 2020 Election. And With Donald Trump Currently Taking A Break From Politics and Joe Biden Settling In At The White House, It Remains Unclear Whether Small Donations Will Continue To Pour In For Either Party.

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Biden’s Election Triggers Record Gun Sales

Due To Concerns About Biden’s Potential Restrictions On Firearm Purchases, A Record 4.3 Million People Bought Guns In January.

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