The education community is not enamored with a proposed “compromise” on guns in Michigan schools.
About 200 people attended the meeting at Huron High School, including about 25 people openly carrying handguns.
“It took off like crazy because liberals don’t like people with guns,” said Brian Jeffs, one of the book’s authors.
After man openly carrying a gun in a Kalamazoo library caused a stir, the issue of guns on public property has once again been raised in Michigan.
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.
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.
A bill that would wipe out most so-called “gun free zones” is speeding through the lame duck legislature, despite some vocal opposition.
The Michigan Court of Appeals says public libraries in the state can’t bar gun-toting patrons.
An 18-year-old Troy man who was acquitted on charges of carrying a loaded rifle through downtown Birmingham is now suing the city.
A 3-day event designed to teach participants how to protect themselves is scheduled for several locations in the metro Detroit area this weekend.