Important Right-to-Carry Reform Moving Through Tennessee Senate!
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    Important Right-to-Carry Reform Moving Through Tennessee Senate!

    Please Contact Your State Senator Today!

    Tuesday, January 8 was the first day of the 2008 legislative session and the State Senate Judiciary Committee wasted no time in considering pro-gun legislation. The Senate Judiciary Committee passed Senate Bill 23, authored by State Senator Doug Jackson (D- 25), by an 8-1 vote. SB23 allows a person who has a valid Right-to- Carry permit to carry a firearm in a place where alcohol is served, as long as the permit holder is not consuming alcohol or is not otherwise prohibited by posting provisions.

    This bill will now head to the Senate Calendar Committee where it will be assigned a date to be heard by the full Senate. Please contact your State Senator toll-free today at (800) 449-8366 and respectfully urge him or her to support this important piece of self- defense legislation. To identify your State Senator, please visit Tennessee Senate Members.


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    good information. thanks

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    sent him a email. it may be too late though not for sure though.

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    This bill passed the Senate months ago. In April, the same bill was sent to committee in the House. Speaker of the House, Jimmy Naifeh, exercised his prerogative to sit and vote in any sub/committee. The bill initially passed due to missing members, but Jimmy reconvened & drug in the missing members. The bill didn't make it out of committee.
    Victory rewards not the army that fires the most rounds, but who is the more accurate shot. ---Unknown

  6. Quote Originally Posted by PascalFleischman View Post
    This bill passed the Senate months ago. In April, the same bill was sent to committee in the House. Speaker of the House, Jimmy Naifeh, exercised his prerogative to sit and vote in any sub/committee. The bill initially passed due to missing members, but Jimmy reconvened & drug in the missing members. The bill didn't make it out of committee.
    Yeah and he said he is a friend to we Gun owners in this state.
    When it was found out he did not even have a permit to carry, he was EXPRESSED through in a day and issued a permit!
    Good Old Jimmy!

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