A federal judge ruled Friday that Minnesota’s carry permit age restriction is unconstitutional.
“The court declares that Minn. Stat. §624.714, subd. 2(b)(2)’s requirement that a person must be at least 21 years of age to receive a permit to publicly carry a handgun in Minnesota violates the rights of individuals 18–20 years old to keep and bear arms protected by the Second and Fourteenth Amendments,” judge Katherine Menendez from U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota wrote in the ruling.
Minnesota added an age rest …