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Gun advocates launch nonprofit to protect constitutional rights

The Minnesota Gun Owners Caucus was formed by the Minnesota Gun Owners Political Action Committee.

Gun advocates in Minnesota have launched a nonprofit advocacy organization.

The Minnesota Gun Owners Caucus will focus on “grassroots advocacy, firearms safety education, gun rights legislation, and where necessary, legal action to protect and advance the constitutional rights of Minnesota’s two-and-a-half-million law-abiding gun owners,” said Bryan Strawser, Executive Director.

The caucus was formed by the Minnesota Gun Owners Political Action Committee.

 Vice President and Political Director Rob Doar, said:

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“In the 2014 elections, Minnesotans sent a strong message by rejecting politicians that supported failed gun control policies and electing a pro-Second Amendment legislature. Now it’s time to amplify the voices of gun owners and work to ensure that their voices are heard and their constitutional rights are respected not just in Saint Paul, but throughout the entire state.”

The group said that the Minnesota Gun Owners Political Action Committee now will be realigned as a political fund and fully integrated into the Minnesota Gun Owners Caucus.