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SECOND AMENDMENT

Criminals get and use guns regardless of the law. None of the ideas for new laws will reduce crime.
No private citizen needs a military weapon to protect your house or kill an animal.
Rational minded folks arenโ€™t interested in eliminating the Second Amendment.
We live in a world of gun violence and death, and our solution seems to start with more guns.

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Second Amendment supporters should be on high alert regarding gun-control bills House Democrats are moving through the Minnesota Legislature.
I encourage the county commissioners and our state representative and senator to read the proposed gun safety laws with an open mind.
The resolution states a deep commitment to "possess firearms and intends to oppose, within legal limits, any efforts in the future to unconstitutionally restrict such rights."
The justices are expected to rule by the end of this month in a challenge by two firearms owners and the New York affiliate of the National Rifle Association to that state's restrictions on carrying concealed handguns in public.
The discussion involved a mixture of national politics and personal convictions that played out in every back-and-forth interaction.
What happened to the rights of every citizen to safely go to the store, movie, concert, church, school, etc. without the fear of being gunned down?

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Our president and many of his constituents want to pass laws that do nothing to stop crime, strip away our Second Amendment rights and fund abortions with your tax money.
The amended version of the resolution ultimately gaining county board support was penned by County Attorney Don Ryan and did not include a section stating the county would use any means at its disposal โ€” including legal action, appropriating public funds and directing law enforcement and county employees โ€” to avoid enforcing laws it deems unconstitutional.
At the request of county officials, the county attorney made changes to a proposed resolution to reflect the position of the Minnesota County Attorney's Association, which argued Second Amendment resolutions were unconstitutional themselves when they declared county boards would defy state law.

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