Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen Signs Law Stopping Gun Confiscation During Martial Law

Once again I missed another key story that is pro-2nd Amendment and for that I apologize. Nevertheless, in light of the gun confiscation rounds that happened during Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the State of Tennessee and Governor Phil Bredesen have passed a law that states a legally possessed gun will not be seized during martial law.

A person who legally possesses a gun would not have it seized during periods of martial rule under a proposal that has been signed into law by the governor.

The measure was signed by Gov. Phil Bredesen on Thursday and takes effect immediately.

I do not usually have many positive things to say about lame duck Governor Bredesen, but this is actually a very important law. So although I may have said some less than flattering things about you in the past, thank you for this law Governor Bredesen.

We do not want a repeat of the following:


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