gun control

The loophole in Michigan law that allows concealed-weapon permit holders to open carry in "gun-free" zones isn't likely to be closed any time soon. That's because two state lawmakers — one a Republican and one a Democrat — are proposing drastically different approaches to addressing the issue. (Detroit News)

WMUK

Michigan will get rid of county gun boards that review applications for concealed pistol licenses (CPLs). Gov. Rick Snyder signed legislation on Wednesday that will require county clerks to issue CPLs to any qualified applicant who passes a State Police background check. 

WMUK

(Lansing-MPRN) Concealed weapons bills similar to ones Gov. Rick Snyder vetoed last month are one step closer to heading back to his desk. The state House approved legislation on Tuesday that would overhaul the way Michigan approves concealed pistol licenses. 

House has approved bills to eliminate county gun boards and put Michigan State Police in charge of granting concealed pistol licenses

Concealed Pistol Bills Clear Committee

Feb 17, 2015
WMUK

(Lansing-MPRN) - A number of controversial gun bills moved closer to a final vote in the state House Tuesday. 

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