Minnesota gun control bill whittled down, but compromise achieved
ST. PAUL — Gun control backers have given up controversial proposals in an effort to pass some measures aimed at curbing gun violence in Minnesota.
The House Public Safety Committee chairman dropped a plan to expand background checks to virtually all gun sales that was set for a vote Tuesday. He said there is a new agreement that will include only checks for purchases at gun shows.
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