Caucus Event: 2020 Rally to Defend the Second Amendment

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Caucus Event: 2020 Rally to Defend the Second Amendment

Postby bstrawse on Sat Jan 18, 2020 4:23 pm

We invite you and THOUSANDS of gun owners from across the state to our 2020 Rally to Defend the Second Amendment in the Minnesota State Capitol Rotunda on Saturday, April 18th, 2020 from 10:00AM - 1:00PM.

Michael Bloomberg's out of state gun control agenda was out in full force during the 2019 legislative session. They spent more than $1.2 million electing an anti-gun majority in the Minnesota House of Representatives - last year, they passed his two big anti-gun bills in the Minnesota House. This year they're going to try their best to get their whole anti-gun agenda through the legislature.

We need to keep up the pressure all throughout the entire legislative session to stop gun control in its tracks.

What better way than to have thousands of law-abiding gun owners rally to make sure their voices are heard?

This year's rally is deliberately planned to happen just before the committee deadline week when any anti-gun bills (and pro-gun bills) must have passed through the committee process to be able to move forward.

It's a great opportunity to put more pressure on anti-gun legislators and remind our allies what's important to us during the session.

We will have speakers from all over the gun rights movement here in Minnesota, including elected officials.

Timeline

10:00 am: Doors open
11:00 am - 1:00 pm: Rally
We're holding the event on a Saturday so that folks that work during the week can attend - and indoors so that we can avoid any weather challenges in April.

RSVP here: https://www.gunowners.mn/2020rally
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