Tennessee to allow guns in restaurants and bars

A recently enacted law makes Tennessee the fourth U.S. state to explicitly allow patrons with permits to carry guns into bars and restaurants that serve alcohol. The issue has been heating up in states across the country, as gun owners have made efforts to test the limits by carrying their weapons into eating and drinking establishments. Supporters of such laws say patrons should be able to carry the weapons to protect themselves, while some customers, employees and restaurant owners worry that armed patrons present a danger to other guests.

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