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Gun Policy News


12 May 2011

Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St Paul)

Members of Minnesota's law enforcement establishment adamantly don't want the state's residents to be allowed to shoot first. They ramped up their opposition on Thursday to a bill moving through the Legislature that would dramatically expand Minnesotans' ability to use deadly force in self-defense without facing prosecution. Flanked by police chiefs, prosecutors and DFL legislators, Sen. John Harrington, DFL-St. Paul, said the bill "will increase danger to the public... (

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