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Minnesota: Conference Committee Hearings Begin Today on Omnibus Anti-Gun Legislation

Monday, May 6, 2019

Minnesota: Conference Committee Hearings Begin Today on Omnibus Anti-Gun Legislation

Today, a conference committee will convene to consider Omnibus Judiciary and Public Safety bills, SF 802 /HF 2792.  Last week, The Minnesota House considered the Senate Judiciary Omnibus Bill, Senate File 802, and during their consideration amended the legislation to contain the same language as the House Public Safety /Judiciary Omnibus Bill, House File 2792.  The House Version contains House File 8 and House File 9, two gun control measures that are opposed by NRA.  Due to this, the conference committee will now meet to reconcile the differences between the Senate and House Omnibus bills.  Please contact members of the conference committee and urge them to OPPOSE any attempts to include anti-gun language in the Public Safety/Judiciary Omnibus Bill. 

House File 8, sponsored by Rep. Dave Pinto (64B-DFL), would impose so-called “universal” background checks for most private firearm transfers, potentially criminalizing almost all private firearm transfers in Minnesota.

House File 9, sponsored by Rep. Ruth Richardson (52B-DFL), would violate an individual’s constitutional rights and allow for a chief law enforcement officer or designee to petition the court for an ex parte order to remove an individual’s Second Amendment rights without due process.

Again, please contact conference committee members and urge them to OPPOSE any attempt to include gun control language in the Omnibus bill.

Conference Committee Members:

Sen. Warren Limmer
(651) 296-2159

Sen. Bruce Anderson
(651) 296-5981

Sen. Mark Johnson
(651) 296-5782

Sen. Andrew Lang
(651) 296-4918

Sen. Ronald Latz
(651) 297-8065

Rep. Carlos Mariani
(651) 296-9714

Rep. John Lesch
(651) 296-4224

Rep. Kelly Moller
(651) 296-0141

Rep. Dave Pinto
(651) 296-4199

Rep. Nick Zerwas
(651) 296-4237

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