Both sides in the legislative battle over guns in restaurants serving alcohol mobilized Friday to urge lawmakers to either override or uphold Gov. Phil Bredesen's veto of the bill. The National Rifle Association and Tennessee Firearms Association sent "action alerts" to their members to contact legislators to support overriding the veto. NRA chief lobbyist Chris Cox said gun owners are "shocked and disappointed" by the governor's move Thursday.
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