Gun Policy News
Minnesota's New Hidden Handgun Law Had 'Limited Impact, Mostly Negative'
3 April 2007
Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St Paul), Editorial
It always was understood by everyone but excitable gun-rights advocates that the so-called "conceal-carry" law relaxing permit regulations for concealed weapons was a solution in search of a problem — a great way for the National Rifle Association to plump both its membership list and its treasury but of limited impact, mostly negative, on day-to-day life in Minnesota. Reporter Conrad deFiebre's informative report in the March 30 Star Tribune demonstrated that reality... (GunPolicy.org)
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