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Minnesota Court Of Appeals Considering Gun Law Challenge

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

The Minnesota Court of Appeals is considering whether the state law allowing citizens to carry concealed handguns with a proper permit places an undue burden on churches and infringes on their property rights.

The state is appealing a Hennepin County District Court ruling that struck down parts of the state's 2005 concealed-carry law, which requires authorities to issue handgun permits to citizens who pass background checks and take the required safety course.

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