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Worriedman last won the day on March 30

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  • Birthday 06/29/1954

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  1. Expected deal fell through, never heard back... Up one more time before going to the gun show circuit.
  2. Assortment of .22-.250 ammo. All boxes are full except one round gone from one of the boxes of Federals...no idea what happened to that one. $25.00 per box. Jackson, TN area, can drive reasonable distance.
  3. SB 1148 passed the Senate this morning on partisan grounds, 26-5. All that remains is Governor's signature, becomes law July1, 2021.
  4. SB 1148 is up for consideration on the Floor of the Senate tomorrow 4/27/21. I would ask that all who are interested call your Senator's Offices today!
  5. https://www.nraila.org/articles/20210421/tennessee-pro-self-defense-measure-heads-to-the-senate-floor?utm_source=email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=ila_alert
  6. I believe the term is "take what we can get"... I agree, however this is a pretty big step forward. It flew under the radar and as as such did not get a lot of scrutiny, or, it would have been killed. Plus we had some friends who pushed back against the attempt to kill it. There are good people in the House, the Senate is a whole 'nuther help line. We did get did get this one through though and I am grateful. This bill mandates that the criminal charge has to be settled before a civil case can move forward, and if there was no crime, no civil suit can proceed. As it stands now you have to prove your innocence to get a chance to recoup your legal expenses. NO LE agency is going to help you do that, they have a hard enough time trying to prove guilt on criminals. And by the way, no mention currently about lost wages, jobs or divorce, or the necessity to plea one caste (criminal or civil) to afford to fight the other or, the use of that plea to facilitate a decision on the remaining one. This is a big deal for self defense...
  7. SB 1148 made it out of Senate Judiciary tonight, finally. Should pass full Senate, just not sure what day it will be up.
  8. Video of the Presentation in Full committee.
  9. We had a number of Democrats vote yes. When they do right I tell them thank you.
  10. The Elder gentleman (Tom Tigue) that for years we the go to Attorney at the legislature suggested that 39-11-611 needed to be cleaned up as the older language in our self defense Statue said if you were not engaged in criminal activity as a limiting factor, but jay walking and parked on the wrong side of the street are actually crimes...this cleans it up. Will it make it out, I do not know, but it should. If Rep. Beck does not like it, it is a good thing normally. https://studio.youtube.com/video/4sGGa2sge1A/edit
  11. Has to do with Fiscal Review, Todd's bill would have gone behind the budget if it had been run prior to the Governor's bill being passed, which has the $2.5 or so in lost revenue covered, so now this second bill can not be killed simply over money. It has to be killed on the merits. Watch Leader Lambert's comment on 1388 in Criminal Sub yesterday, done correctly he said, and, he appreciated it being vetted in committee instead of as an amendment on the floor, (where Todd had one there that did exactly the same thing). I do not think it has a chance of making it out of Full Criminal Justice, but it would be really nice if it did, just to get a count of votes on the floor. Gamesmanship! Here is the presentation of that clean up bill
  12. You are correct, even they did not realize it, the whole thing is hard to keep up with, but you are 100% correct. That is going to be a problem from magistrates in Davidson and Shelby county reading it that their take is that any park requires a permit to be legally present, we will need a AG's opinion for those areas.
  13. There is a "clean up" bill still moving, though I hold no hope it will make it out of full Criminal Justice, though it did pass Criminal sub yesterday, HB 1388 by Todd, would simply take away the criminal aspect of 1307 and do away with 1308, and now that the Governor's bill has passed there is no fiscal note. You can measure your Rep. and Senators by how they =treat this one.
  14. Leader Lambert's office told me they substituted the Senate version for his House bill for final consideration, the screen shot shows that from their website, but I am sure you are correct.


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