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Dayton’s View Conflicted over Gun Rights in Light of Tragedy

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3 comments

  1. The governor would sign a ban into law if Minnesotans weren’t about self defense? I think that line right there describes the senselessness of this article

  2. “It is his knee-jerk, feel good liberal reaction to the shootings around the country”

    Look, I understand that on the right there is a need to push off a substantial gun control conversation because it is “too soon.” But here’s the problem, after 26 people died horribly because a crazy person was able to easily get his hands on three guns, it is actually too late. I have to wonder why your knee doesn’t jerk a little.