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Fogelman critical of new 'anti-gun legislation'

Law-abiding gun owners in Minnesota will continue to pay the price for unnecessary anti-gun legislation being approved by House Democrats, according to District 21B Rep. Marj Fogelman (R-Fulda).


Fogelman said in a Friday press release that the majority party approved three proposals this week that continue to force new government mandates on those who believe in the Second Amendment. They have approved legislation that establishes an arbitrary deadline for reporting lost and stolen firearms, which Fogelman said makes a criminal out of a crime victim if they fail to report a stolen gun within 48 hours. There’s also a bill that creates an expanded definition of trigger activators, which Fogelman said makes some firearms, including Glocks, illegal. The biggest change, according to Fogelman, would place additional firearm storage burdens on law-abiding firearm owners.

All three anti-2nd Amendment bills now head to the Minnesota Senate, where Democrats hold a one-seat majority.

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