Davids Says He's a Yes on Lethal Force Bill

Using lethal force at home could become a little more lawful in Minnesota with a bill that's making its way through the legislature in St. Paul. The legislation expands the right to use deadly force in self defense.


Preston state rep, Greg Davids says he'll definitely vote for the bill once it hits the house floor.   He says it only makes sense that you should be able to protect yourself against home intruders with deadly force if necessary.   The bill also expands what is considered a "home" to include places like garages, decks and tents.   Current Minnesota law says first response to a home invasion is to retreat.

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