Security advisory committee votes down plans to keep guns out of Capitol
ST. PAUL — Efforts to ban guns from the Minnesota Capitol failed Tuesday, but they could come back for further debate before a Capitol security advisory committee presents its final report to the Legislature.
The issue has been discussed for years, never more than this year, when anti-gun efforts attracted large Capitol crowds but gained little traction.
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