Harris, Thompson working to pass bump stock legislation

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — What was once just considered a novelty by most gun owners is now the subject of new legislation in Tennessee.

Two Mid-South lawmakers want to ban bump stocks in the state after the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas.

Senator Lee Harris and Rep. Dwayne Thompson talked about the law they are trying to pass.

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