Court Settlement Lowers Tennessee Concealed Carry Age To 18

Those Who Are 18 To 20 Can Now Openly Carry Firearms In Tennessee After A Settlement Was Reached Between The Firearms Policy Coalition And The State.

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Memphis Dem Looks To Bypass TN Permitless Carry Law

A Memphis Democrat Is Pushing For Handgun Carry Permits To Be Required In Tennessee’s Highest Populated Areas.

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Constitutional Rights, Rated Lee, Christmas Plans & Lawmakers Didn’t Know? – Brandon Lewis On The Alex Abernathy Show

Brandon Lewis, Founder Of The Tennessee Conservative, Joins The Alex Abernathy Show To Discuss How A Benton County Circuit Court Ruled In Favor Of Two Landowners Who Found Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Cameras On Their Property. They Go On To Discuss The Cato Institute Giving Tennessee Governor Bill Lee A ‘D’ Grade For Spending And Taxing Policies And How TN Legislators Allegedly Didn’t Know About The Child Mutilations Going On At Vanderbilt. They Discuss How Nashville Will Get A Drag Queen Christmas This Year But No Traditional Christmas Parade And Close By Discussing How A TN Court Has Ruled In Favor Of 2nd Amendment Rights For Public Housing Tenants.

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CDC Pays TN Schools To Go Woke, Lawmakers Didn’t Know, TWRA Invades Privacy, 2nd Amendment Rights, Lee Rated “D”, Corporate Welfare + More! – The TennCon Big 7!

#1 – Tennessee’s Two Largest Public School Districts Received CDC Grants For Gay-Straight Alliance Clubs
#2 – TN Rep Responds To Claims That Legislators Refused To Take Action On “Gender Affirming” Surgeries At Vanderbilt
#3 – Judge Rules In Favor Of Landowners In TWRA Camera Lawsuit
#4 – TN Court Rules In Favor Of Second Amendment Rights For Public Housing Tenants
#5 – TN Governor Bill Lee Given ‘D’ Grade By Cato Institute For Spending, Taxing Policies
#6 – Memphis To Ask Tennessee Taxpayers For $350M As Part Of $684M Sports Arena Projects
#7 – Drag Queen Christmas For Nashville But No Christmas Parade

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TN Court Rules In Favor Of Second Amendment Rights For Public Housing Tenants

A Three-Judge Panel In The Tennessee Court Of Appeals Unanimously Ruled On Thursday To Protect The Second Amendment Rights Of Those Living In Public Housing.

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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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Heritage Action Sentinels Annual Potluck And Shoot Scheduled For September 25th

Greg Johnson Host And 2nd Amendment Club Leader Would Like To Invite You, Your Friends And Family Members To The Heritage Action Sentinels Annual Potluck And Shoot At Greg’s Property/Residence In Cannon County.

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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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