Police ramp up opposition to Minn. gun bill
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.
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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