When it comes to the Second Amendment, it can be easy to think we live in a vacuum here in Minnesota. We certainly share your frustration with House Leadership’s refusal to move substantive pro gun bills while at the same time allowing legislation that presents long-term obstacles for defending the Second Amendment. But politics runs on momentum, and that is never more true than when it comes to gun rights!
With the Minnesota State Legislature well underway — and State Representative Cal Bahr’s (R-East Bethel) introduction of Constitutional Carry in the State House — gun-grabbers are steaming mad. They know Constitutional Carry is on the march all over the country. They know this is the best opportunity Second Amendment supporters have had in years to GO ON THE OFFENSE with pro-gun reforms. And they’re worried that Minnesota — the state
Momentum for Constitutional Carry (HF309) is surging! Over the last couple of weeks, folks like you have been pouring phone calls into the capitol in St Paul with one message: support, co-sponsor and PASS HF309, Constitutional Carry legislation! And let me tell you, they’re starting to get the message. Just last week we told you that Representative Newberger and Howe signed on to HF309, thank to your calls and emails.
Thursday Afternoon As you can see in the video below, yesterday was the House Transportation Finance committee hearing on the DANGEROUS ID act. If enacted into law, it’ll give any future Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security the singular, arbitrary ability to change the terms on when and where a DANGEROUS (REAL) ID card is required — with NO Congressional oversight! Down the road it could mean chipped identification
For Immediate Release:Contact:Chris Dorrdirector@minnesotagunrights.orgMinnesota Gun Rights1064 Highway 3 South,Northfield, MN 55057952.451.6115 Minnesota Gun Rights Calls On All Pro-Gun Stakeholders to Unite Behind Constitutional Carry Law in 2017. Northfield, January 16, 2017 – In letters sent out on January 4, 2017 to all of the pro-gun groups in Minnesota and the offices of legislative leadership in the Minnesota Legislature, Minnesota Gun Rights Executive Director Chris Dorr called on the leaders of