NASHVILLE Tenn. —Some Tennessee restaurateurs, anticipating increased liability costs from a controversial new law allowing concealed firearms into restaurants that serve alcohol, are seeking an injunction that would shoot the legislation down for good. The law, passed by state legislators in May and enacted July 14 despite a veto by Gov. Phil Bredesen, lets patrons with gun permits carry concealed weapons into establishments that serve ...
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