State lawmakers are considering whether to allow some people in Michigan to carry concealed stun guns for personal protection.
A State Senate committee has approved changes to the law that include allowing people to carry concealed weapons in churches, schools and sports arenas
A proposed work rule that would have allowed Jackson County government employees to carry concealed pistols on the job has been shot down.
Jackson County employees could be the first among municipal employees in Michigan allowed to carry concealed weapons to work.
The State Police say the number of residents seeking concealed weapon permits rose more than 86,000 last year – that’s a 30% increase over the year before.