The debate over gun control continues at both the state and national level. But what about the gun laws we already have?
In 2014, Minnesota passed a law that gives judges the power to order domestic abusers to temporarily give up their firearms. But as a KARE 11 investigation recently uncovered, most courts never check to ensure the order has been followed. In fact, in 48 Minnesota counties, there are no records of a domestic abuser giving up a firearm.
MPR News host Cathy Wurzer spoke to KARE 11 investigative reporter A.J. Lagoe about the findings.