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Friday, March 7, 2008

House File 3324, sponsored by State Representative Michael Paymar and Senate File 2989 introduced by State Senator Yvonne Prettner Solon would require detailed buyer AND seller information on gun sales for inclusion in a database.  Because all gun show sales are included, the bill extends to pistols, rifles and shotguns.  Just as bad, the bills expand Minnesota’s waiting period to 7 business days, meaning gun buyers could have to wait as many as 10 days after, accounting for weekend days!  

This needless legislation simply creates more bureaucratic red tape for law-abiding gun owners and does nothing to address criminals buying guns on the black market.  HF 3324 has been assigned to the Public Safety and Civil Justice Committee, but it has not been scheduled for a hearing yet.  Please contact the committee members and respectfully ask them to oppose these harassing and ineffective bills. 

 

Phone Number
(651) area code

E-mail Address

Chair: State Representative Michael Paymar (DFL)

296-4199

rep.michael.paymar@house.mn

Vice Chair: State Representative Dave Olin (DFL)

296-9635

rep.dave.olin@house.mn

Lead-GOP: State Representative Steve Smith (R)

296-9188

rep.steve.smith@house.mn

State Representative Karla Bigham (DFL)

296-4342

rep.karla.bigham@house.mn

State Representative Mark Buesgens (R)

296-5185

rep.mark.buesgens@house.mn

State Representative Tony Cornish (R)

296-4240

rep.tony.cornish@house.mn

State Representative Augustine "Willie" Dominguez (DFL)

296-8659

rep.augustine.dominguez@house.mn

State Representative Rob Eastlund (R)

296-5364

rep.rob.eastlund@house.mn

State Representative Larry Haws (DFL)

296-6612

rep.larry.haws@house.mn

State Representative Debra Hilstrom (DFL)

296-3709

rep.debra.hilstrom@house.mn

State Representative Paul Kohls (R)

296-4282

rep.paul.kohls@house.mn

State Representative John Lesch (DFL)

296-4224

rep.john.lesch@house.mn

State Representative Tina Liebling (DFL)

296-0573

rep.tina.liebling@house.mn

State Representative Leon Lillie (DFL)

296-1188

rep.leon.lillie@house.mn

State Representative Joe Mullery (DFL)

296-4262

rep.joe.mullery@house.mn

State Representative Mary Murphy (DFL)

296-2676

rep.mary.murphy@house.mn

State Representative Kurt Zellers (R)

296-5502

rep.kurt.zellers@house.mn

ex-officio State Representative Lyndon Carlson (DFL)

296-4255

rep.lyndon.carlson@house.mn

ex-officio State Representative Loren Solberg (DFL)

296-2365

rep.loren.solberg@house.mn

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