Anti-Gun Activist, Biden ATF Nominee Wants To Ban Tennesseans’ Hunting Rifles

Marsha Blackburn Rebuked Bureau Of ATF Nominee Chipman’s Agenda For Defying The U.S. Constitution During A Senate Judiciary Committee Confirmation Vote As Members Of The U.S. Congress Are Urging The Federal Government To Withdraw A Rule Change They Say Targets Veterans And Hurts Law-Abiding Gun Owners.

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Lee Joins Iowa Governor In Support Of Oversight Hearing On Border Crisis

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Along With Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds Sent A Letter To The Ranking Member Of The Senate Judiciary Committee, Charles Grassley, In Support Of His Continued Calls For An Oversight Hearing regarding the Border Crisis.

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TN Resident Nikki Goeser Testifies Before U.S. Senate About Unintended Consequences Of Red Flag Laws And Other Gun Control Laws

Nikki Goeser Testified Before The U.S. Senate Judiciary Subcommittee On The Constitution About Her Concerns With Red Flag Laws And How Gun-Control Laws Can Have Unintended Consequences That Can Impact Good People. Nikki Explains How Victims Of Violent Crime Could End Up Flagged And Unable To Protect Themselves, Compounding Their Fears And What Is Already A Very Difficult Situation For Them.

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Missing Elderly Citizens To Be Found Faster Through New TN Law (updated)

Under New Legislation, Law Enforcement Would Be Asked To Immediately Begin An Investigation, After Receiving The Appropriate Information About The Missing Person’s Physical & Mental Status, And Enter The Missing Person Into The National Crime Information Center Within 4 Hours Of Verifying The Incident.

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A Year Of Missed Opportunities – Good Tennessee Bills Being Rejected Again

Legislative Committees Are Closing Down. Soon, We Will Know What 2nd Amendment Related Issues Are Going To Be Enacted By The Republican Super Majority And Which Are Not. Never, Never Forget That With The Super Majority, The Failure To Enact Any Legislation Or The Enactment Of Legislation. Good Or Bad, Is Solely The Act Of The Legislature’s Republican Caucuses. Incrementalism And Half-steps May Seem Like Progress But The Fact That It Is A Half- Step By A Super Majority Is Significant And Must Be Noted For The 2022 Election Cycle.

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Foster / Adoption Exemption Bill To Be Heard In Committee

A Bill With The Intent Of Opening Up More Viable Tennessee Households For Fostering And Adopting Unplaced Children Will Be Heard In Committee On Tuesday, March 30th.

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Missing Child Legislation Pushes Through to TN House Committee

“Evelyn Boswell’s Law” Passed Through The House Criminal Justice Subcommittee On Wednesday And Will Go Before Full House Committee Next Week.

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Right-To-Work Constitutional Amendment Advances In Tennessee Senate

Legislation That Would Add Tennessee’s Right-To-Work Law To The State Constitution Received A Positive Recommendation From Senate Judiciary Committee. The Legislation Would Prohibit Discrimination Based On Employee’s Membership, Affiliation, Resignation From, Or Refusal To Join Any Labor Union Or Employee Organization.

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