More reform in TN
Eliminating fingerprints for gun purchases. Sounds like "common sense gun control."
"Casada, of Franklin, cited Tennessee Bureau of Investigation information that the agency has only once asked for a thumbprint from the 2.3 million guns sold since the law went into effect in 1998. And he said that print was smudged and unusable."
Of course there was some opposition. "Rep. G.A. Hardaway, a Memphis Democrat who voted against the bill, suggested that fingerprinting procedures should be improved instead of abandoned."
Yep. That might have ensured that one fingerprint was good.