A sign prohibiting firearms by Chattanooga city ordinance is seen Thursday at Miller Park in Chattanooga. The Tennessee Senate passed a bill Thursday that would repeal a 2009 law allowing cities and county commissions to ban guns in local parks.
A sign prohibiting firearms by Chattanooga city ordinance is seen Thursday at Miller Park in Chattanooga. The Tennessee Senate passed a bill Thursday that would repeal a 2009 law allowing cities and county commissions to ban guns in local parks.
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published Thursday, February 13th, 2014
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NASHVILLE — State House Speaker Beth Harwell says she and fellow Republican representatives will seek to strike a balance on a just-passed Senate bill stripping Tennessee cities and counties of authority to ban guns from local parks, playgrounds and ball fields.

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