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List of proposed legislation

List of proposed legislation:

House:

HF 307: Permit to carry application required to be made to a chief of police of a municipality, and if no chief of police, to a county sheriff. Introduced by Rep. Simonson.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=H0307.0.html...

HF 298: Firearms regulation by local units of government allowed in certain circumstances. Introduced by Rep. Dehn, R.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=H0298.0.html...

HF 294: Firearms restoration eligibility for persons who have become ineligible and persons who have been denied a permit to carry a handgun judicial challenge processes modified. Introduced by Rep. Rosenthal.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=H0294.0.html...

HF 285: Firearm lawful possession modified. Introduced by Rep. Lesch.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=H0285.0.html...

HF 244: Firearm loss or theft false report crime established, crime of transferring firearms to an ineligible person expanded, and a person convicted of these crimes made ineligible to possess a firearm. Introduced by Rep. Johnson.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=H0244.0.html...

HF 243: Large-capacity magazine crime established for the manufacture, transfer, or possession of ammunition feeding devices with the capacity to accept more than seven rounds or any conversion kit, part, or combination of parts; terms defined; and criminal penalties provided. Introduced by Rep. Hausman.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=H0243.0.html...

HF 242: Large-capacity magazine crime established for the manufacture, transfer, or possession of ammunition feeding devices with the capacity to accept more than ten rounds or any conversion kit, part, or combination of parts; terms defined; and criminal penalties provided. Introduced by Rep. Hausman.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=H0242.0.html...

HF 241: Assault weapons; crime established for manufacturing, transferring, or possessing assault weapons; existing assault weapon disposal or registration provided for; terms defined; data classified; language clarified; and penalties provided. Introduced by Rep. Hausman.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=H0241.0.html...

HF240: Mental health screening improved for persons applying for firearm permits. Introduced by Rep. Schoen.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=H0240.0.html...

HF 239: Persons who possess guns on private property after being ordered to leave the premises equal penalties established. Introduced by Rep. Davnie.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=H0239.0.html...

HF 238: Offenders who unlawfully possess firearms on school properties equal penalties established. Introduced by Rep. Davnie.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=H0238.0.html...

HF237: Pistols and semiautomatic military-style assault weapon transfer and firearm possession eligibility provisions modified, and criminal penalties provided. Introduced by Rep. Paymar.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=H0237.0.html...

HF 184: Centralized register of individuals who voluntarily wish to be ineligible to purchase firearms for a self-determined period of time maintenance and creation required; acceptance of voluntary surrender of firearms and ammunition from persons on the voluntary register and establishment of procedures for return of the firearms and ammunition upon request by chiefs of police and sheriffs mandated. Introduced by Rep. Winkler.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=H0184.0.html...

HF 178: Retired peace officers authorized to carry a pistol without a permit, and law enforcement agencies required to issue identification to former officers who qualify to carry without a permit. Introduced by Rep. Cornish.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=H0178.0.html...

HF 169: Muzzleloader scope use allowed. Introduced by Rep. Fabian.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=H0169.0.html...

Senate:

SF 236: Firearms safety certificate course of instruction wildlife identification portion online completion authorization. Introduced by Sen. Gazelka.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=S0236.0.html...

SF 235: Lawful firearms possession and crime of violence modifications. Introduced by Sen. Latz.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=S0235.0.html...

SF 205: Pistols and semiautomatic military-style assault weapons transfers and possession eligibility; criminal penalty provisions. Introduced by Sen. Champion.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=S0205.0.html...

SF 109: Laser sights permits use by visually impaired persons authorization. Introduced by Sen. Westrom.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=S0109.0.html...

SF 083: Scopes on muzzleloaders authorization. Introduced by Sen. Ingebritsen.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=S0083.0.html...

SF 069: Retired peace officers firearm carry without permit authorization. Introduced by Ingebritsen.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=S0069.0.html...

SF 064: Convicted violent felons gun ownership rights restoration authorization. Introduced by Sen. Goodwin.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=S0064.0.html...

SF 046: Firearms possession restoration for violent felons repeal. Introduced by Sen. Goodwin.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bin/bldbill.php?bill=S0046.0.html...

Good sign was while there was no official count, anecdotal evidence has the people there opposed to new legislation significantly outnumbering those there in support of new restrictions.

That said, there were some negative signs. Hausman, the representative behind the worst of the above, left the room and had a lobbyist introduce the bill she "authored".

Governor doesn't want to touch this one. His statement is that he will not sign off on anything unless it has the support of the rural Minnesota Democratic legislators.

The DFL (democratic, farmer, labor party) is strong here because of that middle initial. Every once in a while, the legislators from the cities get a little pushy and try to get ahead of themselves. Nice thing about most farmers, they know both how to control their beasts of burden as well as when it's best to just put them down, politically speaking. In this particular case, their self-interest lines up with liberty.

- Luke