If you hold a Minnesota Permit to Carry, you learned during your training that your permit is valid in several other states. For example, when driving across the state line to Wisconsin, your permit is valid in that state. But, go a different direction and enter North Dakota, and your permit isn’t valid there.
Many states will not honor your Minnesota Permit to Carry because the Minnesota Department of Public Safety refuses to honor that state’s specific permit.
This concept, known as reciprocity, is at the heart of this week’s edition of the Minnesota Gun Owners PAC Podcast.
MNGOPAC Chairman Mark Okern walks through the reciprocity requirements within the Minnesota statutes and talks about how the MN Department of Public Safety has refused to do their job during the Governorships of Tim Pawlenty and Mark Dayton.
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