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Police ramp up opposition to Minn. gun bill

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota police and prosecutors are stepping up their opposition to a bill in the Legislature that would expand people's rights to use deadly force to defend themselves.

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DFL state Sen. John Harrington, who is former police chief of St. Paul, says the bill "will increase danger to the public and increase danger to the police."

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