Earlier this year, President Barack Obama pardoned Tennessee resident Roy Grimes for altering and depositing a money order back in 1960. Grimes, who had no other criminal record, decided he wanted to start collecting guns, something he couldn't do before as a convicted felon. But the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says a presidential pardon is worthless in the Volunteer State. The TBI says state law says convicted felons can't own firearms and it contains no exceptions for people who have been pardoned.
Rand Paul, Tulsi Gabbard, Thomas Massie, Ron Wyden Join Forces To Unplug the President's 'Internet Kill Switch'
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Amy Coney Barrett Thinks the Second Amendment Prohibits Blanket Bans on Gun Possession by People With Felony Records
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Amy Coney Barrett Demolishes the Qualified Immunity Claim of a Detective Accused of Framing a Man for Murder
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