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Rep. Jim Nash, R-Waconia (center), was one of seven Republicans to vote against House Public Safety committee's omnibus finance bill on April 5. Nash said two gun bills added to the bill late were deal killers. Rep. John Lesch, DFL-St. Paul (left) and Rep. Brian Johnson, R-Cambridge, are also pictured. (Staff photo: Kevin Featherly)
Rep. Jim Nash, R-Waconia (center), was one of seven Republicans to vote against House Public Safety committee's omnibus finance bill on April 5. Nash said two gun bills added to the bill late were deal killers. Rep. John Lesch, DFL-St. Paul (left) and Rep. Brian Johnson, R-Cambridge, are also pictured. (Staff photo: Kevin Featherly)

House Public Safety omnibus gets no GOP votes

Were it not for the late addition of two gun bills in the House Public Safety committee’s omnibus finance package, several GOP members said late on April 4, House File 2792 might have gotten bipartisan support.

About Kevin Featherly

Kevin Featherly, who joined BridgeTower Media in mid-2016, is a journalist and former freelance writer who has covered politics, law, business, technology and popular culture for publications and websites in the Twin Cities and nationally since the mid-1990s.

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