(St. Paul, MN) -- House sponsors are trying to revive a gun bill after abandoning their plan for universal background checks on all gun purchases. They're talking about making the background checks apply to gun show sales only. It's not Governor Dayton's preference but he says "something's always better than nothing." Dayton says it wouldn't be the bill he'd write, but if it comes out the way it's described, it's a "significant step forward." Meanwhile a leading opponent of gun control measures, Vernon Center Republican Tony Cornish, says even background checks at gun shows are unacceptable.