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Continued: Cities at odds with Minnesota's gun law

  • Article by: PAM LOUWAGIE , Star Tribune
  • Last update: January 5, 2014 - 11:45 PM

Like many cities, Foley has a police officer in the council chambers, especially when a contentious subject is on a meeting agenda.

LeCuyer said she wasn’t fearful during the last contentious meeting, but it made her think. An avid hunter, she said she feels safe around guns and acquiring a permit to carry a weapon is on her bucket list. It simply hadn’t been a priority.

“It got higher now, though, because frankly all of us on the City Council also could carry and have them openly displayed at the council,” she said.


Pam Louwagie • 612-673-7102

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