Your phone calls and emails to Rep. Kim Norton (DFL 25B, Rochester) about her unconstitutional gun registration proposal have made a difference!
Now Rep. Norton is talking about the need to “have a conversation” about gun violence in Minnesota and complaining about the tone of the conversation. After all, she really just wants to have a “conversation”, right?
Here’s what she said recently to the Rochester Post-Bulletin about her proposals:
“This will be a bill that hopefully will be common-sense, smart things that we could do that would help us get a little bit of a grip of who has guns, where they are…”
Rep. Norton wants to know who owns guns in Minnesota and where they are – and we know that means licensing of gun owners and universal registration of firearms.
Rather than approach us and ask for a conversation about what could be done to reduce gun…
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