Keep Up the Pressure: Minnesota Anti-Gun Bill Temporarily Stalls in the House Public Safety Committee

| March 19, 2013

Keep Up the Pressure: Minnesota Anti-Gun Bill Temporarily Stalls in the House Public Safety Committee

This morning in the state House Public Safety Committee, anti-gun Representative Michael Paymar’s (DFL-64B) gun control package, House File 237, stalled for lack of support.  The Committee vote that was originally scheduled for this morning has now been rescheduled for this evening at 7:00 pm, providing the anti-gun forces more time to ram this unpopular infringement on our rights through the legislative process.

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