The bill would let retired federal law enforcement officers with concealed weapons license carry a concealed weapon in “gun-free” zones such as schools, daycare centers and bars.
The education community is not enamored with a proposed “compromise” on guns in Michigan schools.
Detroit Police told WWJ that single mother, reportedly a school teacher, arrived home and found three men inside.
Gov. Rick Snyder signed legislation Wednesday giving Michigan State Police rather than counties the authority to approve concealed weapons licenses.
A goal of the effort is to allow people with concealed weapons permits to carry on campus, something that is currently illegal.
House Democrat Andy Schor is sponsoring a bill that would
close a loophole in Michigan’s gun law.
Another effort is underway to allow concealed weapons in public schools across Michigan after similar legislation was struck down last year by Gov. Rick Snyder.
Gov. Snyder won’t sign gun legislation allowing concealed weapons in schools, churches and sports arenas.
Clergy across metro Detroit and the state of Michigan will converge in Lansing today and use the power of prayer against the concealed weapons bill now on Governor Snyder’s desk.
It may take days, weeks or even longer to sort out the avalanche of bills enacted in the Michigan Legislature’s lame-duck session, as majority Republicans put their stamp on policies dealing with topics as diverse as property taxes, medical marijuana and cockfighting.