http://www.startribune.com/stories/462/3962907.html A new Minnesota law is making it easier for citizens to carry a weapon in public and prompting some opponents to take their first plunge into political activism, says the Minneapolis Star Tribune. About 150 people gathered yesterday to hear speeches and songs and to sign petitions against the law, which has led to hundreds of new permit-holders since Gov. Tim Pawlenty signed the bill in April. It was no accident that the rally was held in Pawlenty's . . .
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