Under existing state law, people with permits may openly carry guns in schools, hospitals, sports arenas and other gun-free zones
A local gun shop says gun and ammo sales have more than doubled compared to this time last year.
The Republican-led Michigan Senate Judiciary Committee plans to consider three gun-related bills introduced in the first week of the state’s legislative session.
A new effort toward a solution on gun violence being offered by two Oakland County Commissioners.
Republican state senators have introduced a bill that would exempt Michigan-made guns and ammunition from federal regulations.
Setting the stage for a fierce battle in Congress, President Obama calls for universal background checks, renewal of an assault weapons ban and limits on high-capacity magazines.
The Grand Rapids City Commission doesn’t plan to amend an unenforced firearms ordinance that appears to conflict with Michigan law.
Gov. Snyder won’t sign gun legislation allowing concealed weapons in schools, churches and sports arenas.
The pressure is growing on Gov. Rick Snyder to veto legislation that would allow people to carry concealed weapons into Michigan schools, churches and other so-called “gun free zones.”
The Michigan Legislature has enacted a bill allowing people who undergo extra training to carry concealed weapons in places such as schools and churches where they previously were off-limits.