A Nashville woman had done everything domestic violence victims can do in Tennessee to prevent her estranged husband from killing her. She had even armed herself. Yet she wound up dead.
Tennessee lawmakers are getting close to a final vote on a plan to do away with the state’s gun permit requirement. The measure has passed the Senate and is on track for a vote on the House floor — possibly as soon as next week.
Bills in the Tennessee legislature that attempt to block the enforcement of federal gun laws in the state are unconstitutional. That’s according to a just-released opinion from the state’s top lawyer.