If you weren't exhausted by the guns-in-lots debate, have I got some good news:
Harwell, a Republican from Nashville, said she expects some members if the House’s GOP supermajority caucus will file legislation in 2014 to “make some changes to what we passed last year.” The General Assembly is schedule to reconvene on Jan. 14.
Harwell also signaled that the political standoff within the GOP over the issue hasn’t disappeared. ”We want to be supportive of Tennesseans’ rights to bear arms,” she said. “We also want to be very sensitive to the businesses being very concerned with their right to fire and hire in this state. So, we will try to balance that as we always try to do.”