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Pardoned convict sues Tennessee over right to bear arms

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David Raybin recently filed a lawsuit against the state of Tennessee, the Governor of Tennessee, and the Attorney General of Tennessee after his client was denied a right to purchase a firearm even after receiving a full pardon from his conviction in the state of Georgia, which had restored his clients full rights of citizenship.
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