VIDEO: Sami Rahamim Testifies Before MN House on Gun Bills
The son of Accent Signage shooting victim Reuben Rahamim spoke at Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee hearing on Tuesday.
A day after praising a speech on gun violence President Obama gave in Minneapolis, St. Louis Park gun control advocate Sami Rahamim, son of slain Accent Signage owner Reuven Rahamim, testified before a Minnesota House committee, saying new laws on guns and ammunition could prevent future shooting deaths.
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Reuven Rahamim was one of six killed when Richfield native Andrew Engeldinger open fired on former co-workers at Accent Signage on Sept. 27, 2012.