gun control

Gov. Walz Pushes For Gun Control Hearings And Appoints New DHS Commissioner

Walz says he wants a special session and he supports universal background checks and so-called "red flag" protective orders

Gov. Tim Walz & Jodi HarpsteadST. PAUL, Minn. — Gov. Tim Walz says it would be “counterproductive” to call the Minnesota Legislature into special session on gun violence only to watch Senate Republicans adjourn without holding any hearings or moving forward with gun control bills. “And I spent the day out at Game Fair where our most experienced firearms owners…

MN House Passes Two Gun Control Bills

Gov. Tim Walz included both bills in his budget

ST. PAUL, Minn. — After 17 people were killed in the Parkland, Florida shooting last year, Martha Wheeler decided that was enough. “Even as a teacher when we were doing shooter drills, it just didn’t seem like the right thing to be doing, to be traumatizing little kids with shooting drills,” Wheeler said. It led her to become a volunteer…

Voices for Change: Parkland Students Meet with Supporters in Moorhead

The March for Our Lives Tour continued on Tuesday at Woodlawn Park

MOORHEAD, Minn. —¬†When their bus pulled into Woodlawn Park, the students who came all the way from Florida were welcomed as if Minnesota was their home. From there, the students joined in a celebration filled with singing, dancing, and discussion about the need for gun control. It all started with the March for Our Lives in Washington DC on March…

Minneapolis High School Students Walk Out to Support Florida Shooting Victims

The students were protesting for gun control legislation

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Students across the country are walking out of their classrooms calling for gun control. High school students in Minneapolis staging a walk out Wednesday to show their support for the students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. It’s been one week after the deadly massacre in Florida. Seventeen people were killed there last Wednesday when a former…

Fargo Police Chief Takes Stance on Gun Control, Domestic Violence

he was featured in a new york times video piece

FARGO, N.D. —¬†Fargo Police Chief David Todd took a stance on domestic violence and gun control in a New York Times video piece. In the three and a half minute video, Todd says he is a strong supporter of the second amendment but even he draws a red line at one point. Todd says people who have had a history…