Tennessee Law Prepared to Reject International Gun Control

by Admin on July 8, 2016

A new Tennessee law prepares to stop enforcement of gun control by International law.


Activist Post reports that last Friday, July 1 2016, a new Tennessee law went into effect to set the foundation to stop international law from imposing gun control should they try to enforce it Tennessee will have the legal authority to reject it.

According to Activist Post ‘House Bill 2389 (HB2389) was introduced by Rep. John Windle (D-Livingston) in January.’

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  It prohibits law enforcement officers from imposing requirements of international law and treaties that limit ‘gun rights’ as specified in Article I, Section 26 of the Tennessee State Constitution. It reads, in part:

‘On or after July 1, 2016 no personnel or property of this state, or any political subdivision of this state, shall be allocated to the implementation, regulation, or enforcement of any international law or treaty regulating the ownership, use, or possession of firearms, ammunition, or firearm accessories, if the use of personnel or property would result in the violation of another Tennessee statute, Tennessee common law, or the Constitution of Tennessee.’ –Activist Post

In February 2016, a House subcommittee voted to dismiss the bill, but after vast amounts of grassroots pressure, the subcommittee ‘reconvened on the measure, passing it by a 3-2 vote on March 16 2016. The full House passed the bill by an 88-2 vote. And the Senate passed it unanimously, 26-0.’

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