Please Contact the Members of the House Crime Victims/Criminal Records Division!
On Friday, March 6, House File 953, introduced by State Representative Michael Paymar (DFL-64B), will be voted on by the House Crime Victims/Criminal Records Division Committee.
This bill was designed to not only regulate the sale of firearms at gun shows, but to regulate the sale of firearms between law-abiding persons, all across
A particularly troublesome provision in HF 953 creates a de facto registration system by requiring records of all transfers to be maintained by the state. These records would be made available to all authorities, including for use in “civil” cases, which are often brought by anti-gun government officials and are designed to damage or interfere with lawful commerce in firearms.
HF 953 is a direct attack on
Please contact the members of the Crime Victims/Criminal Records Division Committee TODAY and respectfully urge them to protect our Second Amendment rights and oppose this bill. Contact information can be found below.
State Representative John Lesch (DFL) Chairman
State Representative Ron Shimanski (R) Vice Chair
State Representative Debra Hilstrom (DFL)
State Representative Kory Kath (DFL)
State Representative Paul Kohls (R)
State Representative Jenifer Loon (R)
State Representative Dave Olin (DFL)
State Representative Michael Paymar (DFL)