Minnesota bills would take guns from domestic violence suspects
ST. PAUL — Domestic assault suspects could be required to give up their guns under bills moving through the Minnesota Legislature.
“This bill will stop violence and reduce the number of women murdered by guns each year,” Rep. Dan Schoen, D-St. Paul Park, told the House public safety committee Tuesday before the panel voted to support it.
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