County attorneys may be able to carry weapons at work
ST. PAUL - County attorneys might soon be able to carry weapons while on duty if a bill unanimously passed by a Minnesota House committee Thursday makes it through the Legislature.
The bill would exempt county attorneys and assistant county attorneys from a state statute prohibiting local government employees from carrying firearms while on duty. Public defenders, court administrators and others already are allowed to do so.
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