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(Update) Minnesota News Roundup: Sheriffs want gun background check database upgraded

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A group of law enforcement officials is urging the Minnesota Legislature to improve the state's database on people who are disqualified from owning or purchasing firearms. They're spotlighting the issue following the shootings in Connecticut and the Accent Signage killings in Minneapolis. Carver County Sheriff Jim Olson says a person who has been deemed mentally ill and dangerous by the courts should never be allowed to purchase a handgun.

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