Constitutional Gun Carry in Tn
Tn Firearms Association site reports that the proposed Constitutional Carry Law, won't likely be signed by Governor Haslam.
He killed it last time, over "Budgetary Concerns" after talking with the State Safety Director, and thee State Education Commissioner.
The reasons or suspicions stated over the last several months, was he liked the 11,000,000.00 Permits were bringing in.
There is another Bill that would make it illegal for Carry Permit Holders to carry firearms in to county or municipal parks, buildings etc for events, if you had to buy a ticket for the event.
What about Gun Shows?
Nashville's Mayor last year tried to kill the Gun Shows at the Fairgrounds, which was illegal.
There are a few more pieces of Legislation on the state site for the 2015-2016 Legislature. have to scroll though last years to gt to the current year.
There are a lot of anti gun Bills that are dead or hopefully so listed at the beginning of each year. Looks like Bloomberg has friends in Nashville, besides Haslam.
he cut Totally Disabled Vets Property Tax Relief and Senior Citizens too, and put a Means Test on new Disabled Veterans, which means most won't be able to qualify for Property Tax Relief. Not a friend of Veterans at all.
He did give his Feed Ex aviation fuel tax cut, of about 30,000.000.00 a year, phased in over four years, starting when he leaves office this year.
Disabled Vets and Carry Permit Holders get to offset it. Disgraceful.
Next Action or vote on Constitutional Carry and others scheduled Feb 24