To the Governor’s Desk: Tennessee Legislature Passes Bill Taking First Step to Block Federal Gun Control

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Apr. 13, 2015) – Today, the Tennessee House and Senate passed a bill to prohibit the state from implementing or enforcing federal gun “laws,” rules, regulations and orders that are contrary to the Tennessee state constitution. The vote was 74-20 in the House, and 30-0 in the Senate.

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Tennessee Action Alert: Help Stop Federal Gun Control, Support HB1341 and SB1110

Tennessee HB1341 and SB1110 would stop state-level participation with federal gun control measures, an effective step forward to render them null and void in practice. (learn more here) HB1341 must pass through the House Calendar and Rules committee, and SB1110 must pass through the Senate Calendar Committee before the bills can receive full votes in their respective chambers. Take the following steps to support these important bills.

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Missouri Action Alert: 2nd Amendment Preservation Act in House Committee

Missouri HB1341 would draw a line in the sand and set the foundation for stopping all federal gun control in the state. (learn more here). It has been referred to the House Committee on Emerging Issues, where it will need to pass before moving forward. Please take the following steps to support this important bill.

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Arizona Establishment Republicans working with Democrats to Support Federal Gun Control

Inside sources tell us that SB1330 – to stop Arizona from helping the feds enforce any new gun control is being HELD in the House Rules committee – and will not get any further consideration.

YOUR CALLS TODAY – SHOULD BE SWARMING THAT COMMITTEE. Call each member and ask them to move SB1330 to the House floor.

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Tennessee Bill to Take on Federal Gun Control Passes House Subcommittee, 4-2

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Mar. 25, 2015) – While many gun rights activists focus their resources on federal court cases to stop states from enacting gun control measures, a bill passed by an important Tennessee state House subcommittee today flips things around by using the state to address federal gun control.

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