Judge strikes down Minnesota permit to carry law

(Minneapolis, MN)  --  A judge is siding with the Minnesota Gun Owners Caucus in a lawsuit over the state's permit to carry law.  The law requires applicants to be 21 or older.  Judge Katherine Menendez ruled it violates the constitutional rights of people between the ages of 18 and 20 who want to carry guns for self-defense.   This comes as gun safety advocates are trying to pass expanded background checks and a so-called "red flag" law in Minnesota.