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Minnesota Bill Seeks To Obstruct Law-Abiding Hunters

Wednesday, February 16, 2005

A new bill in Minnesota would require all hunters to undergo a background check when purchasing a hunting license.  SF 781 would require a background check to determine if the purchaser was ineligible to posses a firearm.  Obviously, criminals who are going to violate the law by possessing a gun aren`t going to bother to buy a hunting license, only law abiding citizens would be impacted by this legislation.  Call your Senator and respectfully urge him/her to oppose this attempt to scare and obstruct law-abiding hunters. You can find contact information regarding your legislator by using the “Write your Representatives” feature.

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