Your Voice At The Minnesota State Capitol For 27 Years
From passing the Minnesota Carry Law
to enacting Range Protection
, Gun Owners Civil Rights Alliance has fought for Minnesota gun rights since 1989.
Our members contribute and participate because they believe that SELF DEFENSE IS A HUMAN RIGHT.
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We gave away 7100 Tootsie Rolls, talked to hundreds of people, and passed out thousands of info flyers.
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In 2013, they came for your gun rights, and you told them NO!
Hundreds of GOCRA supporters filled the hearing rooms, the halls, the overflow room, and the
overflow overflow room.
The Minnesota Legislature convened just 25 days after the Newtown murders
Anti-rights legislators didn't waste a moment
exploiting the tragedy, and introduced almost a dozen gun control bills
in the Minnesota House, including universal registration
We flooded the Minnesota State Capitol
with civil rights supporters like you,
presented expert testimony
, and rallied thousand s of gun owners to contact their
representatives and tell them to say NO to infringing our civil rights.
In 2014, they were back, with Bloomberg's billions
New York City multi-billionaire Michael Bloomberg
, through his proxy, "Mayors Against Illegal Guns,"
for new gun control. To do so, he bought a team of "activists for hire" in
Minnesota, led by Richard Carlbom.
Their goal was universal gun registration
, which they call "universal background checks."
In 2015, we went on the offensive.
With your help, we pushed to expand
your gun rights,
and we passed suppressor legalization, curbed government's emergency powers,
removed the Capitol carry felony trap, clarified interstate sales law, and
expanded permit reciprocity.
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