http://www.startribune.com/stories/587/3843574.html The Minnesota House yesterday approved a bill that would greatly increase the number of people who can legally carry concealed hanguns in the state. The action was taken after concessions were approved that are designed to appease schools, businesses, sheriffs and police chiefs, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Lhe legislation is expected to go directly to the floor of the 67-member Senate, where backers say they have 40 votes to approve it. It could be voted on by Monday . . .
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