July 05, 2016

Legislative Update: Governor Signs Body-Worn Camera Bill

In an article for Minnesota Police Chief, Faegre Baker Daniels government relations advisor Tom Freeman shared recent updates to areas of Minnesota legislation, explaining that, “The 2016 legislative session was one of the shortest in state history but was still riddled with controversy and a tremendous amount of work on public safety issues.”

Freeman detailed that during this session, the legislative committee prioritized comprehensive legislation regulating the use of Body Cameras, 72-hour hold reform and gun violence protection order legislation, and the firm’s lobbying efforts were extremely successful.

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