Cliff notes: The state senate has decided to NOT hear this bill (they have until monday at midnight the hear it) anyone that can send an email or that knows someone in MN, send an email ASAP so they can make time to hear it.
Minnesota Carry Forum • View topic - Senate leadership kills Stand Your Ground bill
We have received word that the Republican leadership in the Minnesota Senate has decided to kill The Defense of Dwelling and Person Act by not bringing it to the Senate floor for a vote.
The Senate leadership did not sacrifice SF 1357 for other priorities. They made a deliberate, political decision to refuse to put the bill on Governor Dayton's desk.
The Senate leadership was not forced into this retreat by the DFL or anti-gun groups. They decided, unilaterally, to give up on this important civil rights legislation.
The Senate leadership did not run out of time. The Senate doesn't have to finish before Monday at midnight. They could still hear the bill if the leadership does their job.
Please call and email the Senate leadership NOW, and respectfully demand that the bill get an immediate hearing.
You might also want to email and call your own senator, especially if he/she is a Republican, with the same message.
Tell them that Minnesota gun owners vote -- and that they have very long memories.
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Here is the Senate leadership:
Majority Leader Amy Koch
Deputy Majority Leader Geoff Michel
Assistant Majority Leader David Hann
Send your comments to Senator David W. Hann (R) District 42
You might want to mention to Senator Hann that forcing correspondents to use a web form is NOT very convenient or service-oriented)
Assistant Majority Leader Doug Magnus
Assistant Majority Leader David Senjem
Assistant Majority Leader Dave Thompson
Majority Whip Chris Gerlach
President of the Senate Michelle Fischbach
President Pro Tem Gen Olson
All at once (except for Hann):
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Or with semicolons (except for Hann):
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