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Tennessee Constitutional Carry Bill Gets House Committee Approval
  Posted May 28th, 2020 11:54 am


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A bill that would allow Tennesseans to carry guns without a permit passed its first hurdle in the state capitol, after the Memphis police director told lawmakers it would be detrimental to the city's safety

Memphis Police Director Michael Rallings went to Nashville to express his concern to lawmakers, but it didn't work.

"With masks and guns, it will appear to be the wild, wild West," Rallings said.

The bill would allow Tennesseans 21 and older, or a military member between 18 and 20, to go armed without a permit. It sparked hours of discussion Tuesday in the House Judiciary Committee, where it ultimately passed.

Tennessee Constitutional Carry Bill Gets House Committee Approval