Improving gun background checks could be costly
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Lawmakers' plans to improve Minnesota's existing background check system for gun sales will come at a cost.
The Senate Judiciary Committee is trying to determine how much it will cost to dig through old court records for mental health commitment information to send to the national database of people who can't own a gun.
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