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Minnesoata: Anti-Gun Legislators Trying to Remove Pro-Gun Amendment from Trauma Care Bill!

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

When Senate File 2866 was originally introduced, it contained a potential backdoor registration scheme that would have empowered the Commissioner of Health or any trauma hospital to collect and store a patients firearm ownership and carry permit information, creating a defacto gun registration system.   

Coming to the aide of law-abiding gun owners, pro-gun State Representative Mary Holberg (R-36A) offered an amendment to Senate File 2866 which would prevent the Commissioner of Health or any trauma hospital from creating such a registry.  On April 8, this amendment was adopted with broad bi-partisan support in the House by a vote of 92 to 38.  But now, anti-gun legislators are attempting to remove Representative Holberg's amendment in conference committee. 

Please contact the following conferees and leadership members and urge them to support State Representative Holberg's amendment and to OPPOSE the firearm registration scheme.

Leadership:

Speaker Margaret Kelliher (DFL-60A)
(651) 296-0171
rep.margaret.kelliher@house.mn

State Representative Tony Sertich (DFL-5B)
(651) 296-0172
rep.tony.sertich@house.mn

State Senator Larry Pogemiller (DFL-59)
(651) 296-7809
Email

Conferees:

Senate:

State Senator Kathy Sheran (DFL-23)
(651) 296-6153
sen.kathy.sheran@senate.mn

State Senator Sharon Erickson Ropes (DFL-31)
(651) 296-5649
sen.sharon.erickson.ropes@senate.mn

State Senator Steve Dille (R-18)
(651) 296-4131
sen.steve.dille@senate.mn

House:

State Representatives Diane Loeffler (DFL-59A)
(651) 296-4219
rep.diane.loeffler@house.mn

State Representative Maria Ruud (DFL-42A)
651-296-3964
rep.maria.ruud@house.mn

State Representative Jim Abeler (R-48B)
651-296-1729
rep.jim.abeler@house.mn


 

On this edition of the ILA Report, Cam Edwards speaks to NRA-ILA Media Liaison Vickie Cieplak about top firearms news and legislation from across the nation. In headlines this week:

  • Minnesoata: Anti-Gun Legislators Trying to Remove Pro-Gun Amendment from Trauma Care Bill
  • Anti-Gun Attacks Continue in Illinois
  • Bill to Allow Louisianans to Carry Firearms in State Parks

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