Minnesota Constitutional Carry And Castle Doctrine Bills Need Your Support

posted on January 17, 2017

Two pro-gun bills were introduced last week in the Minnesota legislature—House File 188, which would make Minnesota the 12th state to embrace Constitutional (Permitless) Carry, and House File 238, which would allow crime victims to meet force with force by lifting the “duty to retreat.” These bills need your vocal support.

HF 188 would strengthen your right to keep and bear arms by allowing lawful, peaceable adults to carry concealed firearms for self-defense without conditions or prior restraint. Although it would not eliminate Minnesota’s current carry permitting system, the law would eliminate government-mandated time delays, taxes and conditions imposed upon your fundamental right to self-defense.

Use Your Power!

Minnesota residents, please contact your legislators in Saint Paul and urge them to vote YES on HF188 and HF238. You can identify and contact your legislators by clicking here.

 

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