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On Thursday March 5, State Senator Yvonne Prettner Solon (DFL-7) introduced Senate File 1165, in yet another attempt to end private firearm transfers in Minnesota.... SF 1165 is the companion bill to House File 953, previously introduced by State Representative Michael Paymar (DFL-64B).

, like , was designed to not only regulate the sale of firearms at gun shows, but to regulate the sale of firearms between all law-abiding persons, all across Minnesota. SF 1165 only affects law-abiding gun owners, and will in no way keep guns out of the hands of criminals. Also contained in SF 1165, is a de facto registration system created by requiring the records of all transfers to be maintained by the state, which would be made available to all authorities, including for use in “civil” cases. SF 1165 would also remove the permit holder exemption from a background check and even increase the waiting period from five to seven days.

SF 1165 is a direct attack on Minnesotans’ rights and needs to be stopped! Please contact the members of the Senate Judiciary Committee and respectfully urge them to oppose this divisive bill. Their contact information can be found below.

Minnesota Senate Judiciary Committee 2009

Chair: Mee Moua (DFL D67) 651.296.5285

Vice Chair: Mary A. Olson (DFL D04) 651.296.4913

Ranking Member: Warren Limmer (R D32) 651.296.2159

Don Betzold (DFL D51) 651.296.2556

Leo T. Foley (DFL D47) 651.296.4154 co-author

Linda Higgins (DFL D58) 651.296.9246

Julianne E. Ortman (R D34) 651.296.4837

Pat Pariseau (R D36) 651.296.5252

Linda Scheid (DFL D46) 651.296.8869

Call them AND e-mail them today!

Written by Gary

Tuesday 24 March 2009 at 9:42 pm

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    30-03-’09 22:52

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