(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.