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Press release from the Tennessee Firearms Association; October 3, 2012:  Local Government Officials still working to infringe 2nd Amendment Rights of Tennesseans and the capacity of citizens to provide their own self defense. The news report starts: “KINGSPORT — The Kingsport Board of Mayor and Aldermen was expected to consider a change to city code […]

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Press release from the Tennessee Firearms Association; September 20, 2012:  TWRA issues “clarification” or policy change on permit holders during bow season TFA has received and confirmed reports that TWRA was advising its officers that a bow hunter (or muzzleloader hunter) who does not have a handgun permit could be charged with criminal hunting violations […]

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Press release from the Tennessee Firearms Association; August 29, 2012:  TFA has had an increasing concern over the last four years that the state of Tennessee is “for sale” by Republican party leadership and elite. Perhaps the concern started with Bill Haslam’s essential purchase of the office of governor by self-investing over $3.5 million in […]

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Press release from the Tennessee Firearms Association; August 23, 2012:  “What Can I do?” We frequently receive the question from people who want to get involved in protecting their rights “What can I do?” There is much everyone can do – even if you have limits or are even restricted to home. For example, TFA […]

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Press release from the Tennessee Firearms Association; July 25, 2012:  Debra Maggart has been running a radio ad claiming that Courtney Rogers has used a “loophole” to avoid disclosing on her campaign disclosures whether she had a bankruptcy discharge within 5 years of the disclosure report. The fact is that Courtney Rogers had a business […]

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Press release from the Tennessee Firearms Association; July 26, 2012:  Debra Maggart is lacking endorsements of those who perhaps know her best — except for those who know that she is “for sale” to the highest bidders With about a week to go before the August 2 primary, incumbent Debra Maggart appears to be losing […]

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Press release from the Tennessee Firearms Association; July 23, 2012:  In her newest (delusional) video, incumbent Debra Maggart claims that her vote to kill the Safe Commute act (HB3560 and HB3559) was note a vote against a 2nd Amendment issue. She takes a shot or two at the NRA as well. Debra is either intentionally […]

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Press release from the Tennessee Firearms Association; July 23, 2012:  Maggart – does she have the capacity for truth? Debra Maggart’s campaign is running an advertisement in which she questions the truthfulness and ethics of Lt. Col. Courtney Rogers. Its a futile but intentional misrepresentation by Maggart. The facts are pretty simple. Candidates for office […]

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Press release from the Tennessee Firearms Association; July 23, 2012:  Debra Maggart is the number one race in Tennessee this year for those of us who see a necessity in reclaiming state government from those who pretend to be constitutionally based conservatives. Incumbent Maggart has lined up Gov. Haslam, Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey and “Lear […]

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Press release from the Tennessee Firearms Association; May 25, 2012: Are Taxpayer Dollars being used by government officials to suppress and infringe 2nd Amendment and other civil rights? It is a serious question and can be a crime under some circumstances. In Tennessee government, including the General Assembly, it is not uncommon to see evidence […]

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Press release from the Tennessee Firearms Association; April 26, 2012: House Leadership and Republican Caucus using misleading statements for cover to distract public from their true motives. Roll Back History… First, this bill has been pending and debated in the legislature since at least 2009. That is a period of four years. April 27, 2011. […]

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Press release from the Tennessee Firearms Association; April 20, 2012: Let us pause for a moment to consider where we are on the Employee Safe Commute bills as the General Assembly may be entering is last week of session. There are sometimes at least 2 paths for citizens to collectively petition their government – working […]

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