(Minneapolis, MN) — The Minnesota Supreme Court is upholding state law which requires a permit to carry a handgun in public. The ruling insisted that the law is constitutional and does not inhibit residents from easily obtaining a gun. This comes from a case brought by Nathan Hatch, who was found guilty of carrying a pistol without a permit in 2018. He argued that the permit law was not narrowly tailored and violated his right to bear arms, but the state’s highest court disagreed.
Minnesota Supreme Court Upholds Permit-To-Carry Law
By Ashley Hanley|2021-08-05T05:37:32-05:00August 5th, 2021|