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Minnesota: Extreme Anti-Gun Omnibus Bill Referred to Senate Rules Committee

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

One of the most comprehensive violations of our Right to Keep and Bear Arms in recent memory has been reassigned to the Senate Rules and Administration Committee.  As previously reported, Senate File 458 was eligible for the Senate’s final approval.  However, in an unexpected reassignment, HF 458 must now clear the Senate Rules Committee, providing gun owners and sportsmen in Minnesota one last chance to stall this intrusive anti-gun scheme in the state Senate.

Please contact members of the Senate Rules Committee TODAY and urge them to OPPOSE House File 458, an invasive and onerous infringement on our Right to Bear Arms.


Senate Rules and Administration Committee:

Senator Thomas Bakk (DFL-03) – Chairman

651-296-8881

Email

 

Senator Katie Sieben (DFL-54) – Vice Chairman

651-297-8060

sen.katie.sieben@senate.mn

 

Senator David Hann (R-48)

651-296-1749

Email

 

Senator Richard Cohen (DFL-64)

651-296-5931

Email

 

Senator Michelle Fischbach (R-13)

651-296-2084

sen.michelle.fischbach@senate.mn

 

Senator Paul Gazelka (R-09)

651-296-4875

sen.paul.gazelka@senate.mn

 

Senator Warren Limmer (R-34)

651-296-2159

sen.warren.limmer@senate.mn

 

Senator John Marty (DFL-66)

651-296-5645

Email

 

Senator James Metzen (DFL-52)

651-296-4370

sen.jim.metzen@senate.mn

 

Senator Scott Newman (R-18)

651-296-4131

sen.scott.newman@senate.mn

 

Senator Sandra Pappas (DFL-65)

651-296-1802

Email

 

Senator Rod Skoe (DFL-02)

651-296-4196

sen.rod.skoe@senate.mn

 

Senator LeRoy Stumpf (DFL-01)

651-296-8660

Email

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