Bill broadens 'deadly force' self defense provision
ST. PAUL -- A bill expanding Minnesotans' rights to defend their homes split the law enforcement community before it received Thursday approval in a state House committee.
"We like to refer to it as a self-defense bill," said Rep. Tony Cornish, R-Good Thunder, a police chief wearing his usual handcuff lapel pin.
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