Just outside the doors of the House Chambers, dozens of people in favor of stronger gun-control laws gathered to make their voices heard Wednesday morning.
But inside the House Chambers, a group of lawmakers were making noise in a different way.
“It's going. My butt is sore. My spirits are high,” said Rep. Erin Maye Quade, DFL-Apple Valley.
When she spoke to CCX News, she was 22 hours into a 24-hour sit-in.
It was her way of protesting the fact that House leadership have not allowed debates, or votes, on two… Read More