Tennessee pauses as other states quickly arm Guardsmen in wake of Chattanooga attacks

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam speaks during a meeting with the Chattanooga Times Free Press editorial board Thursday, June 11, 2015, in Chattanooga, Tenn.

NASHVILLE -- Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam is looking into the security of National Guard armories, storefront recruiting facilities, and other installations. The governor issued a directive on Sunday to Tennessee Adjutant Gen. Haston, asking him to review the security policies and procedures at those facilities and to make sure that Guardsmen, citizens, and property are safe.