A bill that would allow citizens more freedom to use deadly force is now on a fast track to Gov. Mark Dayton.
A bill expanding the situations where citizens can use deadly force in their home is headed for a vote by the full Minnesota Senate.
The Minnesota Legislature opens hearings on a bill Thursday expanding the right of Minnesotans to use deadly force against intruders in their home, sometimes called the “Castle Doctrine.”
Two St. Cloud police officers won’t face charges for shooting and wounding a man during a standoff in October.