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.

FOR SB1110

1. Call the Senate Calendar Committee Chair and Vice-Chairs. Encourage them to move SB1110 to the Senate floor. A phone call has 10x the impact of an email.

Becky Duncan Massey (Chair) – (615) 741-1648
Mark Norris (1st Vice-Chair) – (615) 741-1967
Lee Harris (2nd Vice-Chair) – (615) 741-1767


FOR HB1341

1. Call the House Calendar and Rules Committee Chair and Vice-Chair. Encourage them to move HB1341 to the House floor. A phone call has 10x the impact of an email.

Bill Dunn (Chair) – (615) 741-1721
Timothy Hill (Vice-Chair) – (615) 741-2050

2. Call the rest of the committee members. Be strong, but respectful. Urge each of them to take action to move the bill forward and allow the full House to debate and vote on HB1341.

Harry Brooks – (615) 741-6879
Kevin Brooks – (615) 741-1350
Glen Casada – (615) 741-4389
Jimmy Eldridge – (615) 741-7475
Craig Fitzhugh – (615) 741-2134
Jeremy Faison – (615) 741-6871
John Forgety – (615) 741-1725
Curtis Halford – (615) 741-7478
Beth Harwell – (615) 741-0709
Curtis Johnson – (615) 741-4341
William Lamberth – (615) 741-1980
Harold Love – (615) 741-3831
John Lundberg – (615) 741-7623
Pat Marsh – (615) 741-6824
Jimmy Matlock – (615) 741-3736
Gerald McCormick – (615) 741-2548
Steve McManus – (615) 741-1920
Antonio Parkinson – (615) 741-4575
Bob Ramsey – (615) 741-3560
Charles Sargent – (615) 741-6808
Mike Stewart – (615) 741-2184
Cameron Sexton – (615) 741-2343
Jerry Sexton – (615) 741-2534
Tim Wirgau – (615) 741-6804


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