Ron Latz

Anti-Gun Vote TODAY - Contact Your Senator!

This is urgent. Please read the entire email, then take action TODAY to help stop Dangerous ID. The State Senate has scheduled a vote on House File (HF) 3, the Dangerous ID bill, for TODAY! As we’ve told you before, legislative leadership has used every trick in the book to cram through Dangerous ID. From bullying legislators and streamlining the committee process, to lying to gun owners and threatening to

Congress: Keith Ellison and Betty McCollum Sponsor Federal "Gun Buyback" Gun-Control

Minnesota Congressman Keith Ellison and Congresswoman Betty McCollum have introduced a gun-control bill in Congress called the “Safer Streets Act,” and they need to hear from you right away. More on that in a minute. Minnesota Gun Rights is busy day-in and day-out building the grassroots groundswell of support we need to pass critical and substantive pro-gun legislation in Minnesota. That includes important self-defense legislation like Stand-Your-Ground law. We believe,

Stand-Your-Ground Law Introduced in the MN House - But Who is Blocking It?

As Minnesota Gun Rights members know, MGR has been fighting tooth and nail to stop Senator Ron Latz’s Senate File 1289, the gun-control bill of the year. Minnesota Gun Rights staff and volunteers spent last week putting boots on the ground going house to house in Senator Latz’s district, exposing his treachery to his constituents to stop this bill cold before it impacts all of Minnesota. If passed, Senate File

Gun Control EXPANDING

Last week I warned you about a back-door gun-control bill that is trying to be snuck through the Minnesota Legislature by radical anti-gun Senator Ron Latz. As I reported to you at that time, sources indicated to me that Senator Latz was wanting to use this bill as a framework from which to launch a much more comprehensive attack against your Right to Keep and Bear Arms. Sadly, I was

Minnesota ALERT: Gun-Control Taking Shape!

Imagine sitting in your local health care provider’s office seeking treatment for a medical issue. As you’re about to leave, your healthcare provider aggressively pushes you to sign a form to declare yourself prohibited from owning firearms. Or imagine you’re confiding to your local pastor about some tensions in your marriage, and after receiving his counsel your pastor tells you that for the good of your family you should sign