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Minnesota: Pro-Gun Omnibus Legislation Heads to the House

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Yesterday, the Minnesota Senate passed pro-gun omnibus legislation, Senate File 4062, by a 37 to 29 vote.  The measure now heads over to the House for further consideration.  Please contact your State Representative and ask them to SUPPORT Senate File 4062.

Senate File 4062 includes language from previously alerted on measures, including SF 4098, which adds $150,000 extra for shooting sports facility grants.  This measure would increase the amount of funding provided from the Game and Fish fund to be used for development and maintenance of shooting and archery facilities in Minnesota.  Further, SF 4062 will remove “shotgun zones” for deer hunting on all except for two counties, and provide $5 Million in funding that will support gun/hunter safety and angling activities in the Land of 10,000 Lakes!

Again, please contact your State Representative and ask them to SUPPORT Senate File 4062.

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