On Tuesday, February 23, an "administration" bill was presented in the Senate Judiciary Committee that has the effect of cutting the existing handgun permit fees charged to Tennesseans by more than half over time.
Under a law passed earlier this year, people with a concealed-carry permit can take a gun inside a private concert or event. The opinion could similarly impact the CMA Music Festival in Nashville, Uncle Dave Macon Days in Murfreesboro, the Riverbend Festival in Chattanooga, and many more.
Legislation that would strip local governments of the power to ban guns in public parks is advancing in the Legislature despite concerns from the governor. In 2009 the Murfreesboro City Council...
The Tennessee Firearms Association has filed and will be filing additional open records requests in the coming days over the death of multiple pro-gun bills in the state House during the final hours of legislative session.
The Tennessee Firearms Association warns about the possibility of a 'felony trap' hidden in the Guns-In-Parks legislation.
The Tennessee Firearms Association today expressed disappointment in Governor Haslam's continuing anti-Second Amendment rhetoric regarding the upcoming guns-in-parks bill pending in the Tennessee Legislature.
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