Sides to sound off on Minnesota Capitol gun policy
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — People with strong views regarding guns are expected in full force at a hearing about Minnesota's longstanding policy permitting firearms in the Capitol.
A task force reviewing Capitol security procedures planned to take public testimony on Tuesday. Gun rights and gun control groups have been encouraging their networks to turn out for the hearing.
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