A professor at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn., has taken aim at Tennessee’s recently enacted gun law by launching a website informing the public which restaurants permit guests to carry firearms on their premises. The website, www.gunfreediningtennessee.org, was created by management professor Ray Friedman and his daughter, Toni, a high school student, in response to the gun law enacted in July. They also established a nonprofit organization called Gun Free Dining ...
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