Host and Producer Mitch Berg discusses:
- The DFL-controlled Minnesota House passed the Omnibus public safety bill containing the Universal Registration and Red Flag Confiscation proposals – against bipartisan opposition.
- Former Minneapolis officer Mohamed Noor was convicted in the shooting of Justine Ruszczyk Damond – and $2 million of the city’s settlement money with her family is being funneled to a Minneapolis gun control group.
Then, MNGOC Volunteer of the Year Tony Townley talks about “Second Saturday”, the caucus’s monthly social get-together – which will be at the Shore 96 in Shoreview on Saturday, May 11.
From the show:
- Minnesota House passes gun control measures
- Minneapolis agrees to pay $20 million in death of Justine Damond.
- Shore 96 in Shoreview!