Michigan House Bill Would Legalize Constitutional Conceal Carry

The state of Michigan has decided to lift restrictions on conceal carry. This is excellent news for the right to bear arms crowd.
from http://www.mlive.com/news/index.ssf/2017/06/michigan_house_passes_bills_al.html

Michiganders would no longer need a concealed pistol license to carry a concealed pistol under legislation approved by the Michigan House of Representatives on Wednesday.

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House bills 4416 through 4419 strike the requirement that a Michigander have a license to carry a concealed weapons. People banned from possessing firearms would be banned from carrying them as well. The bills also reduce penalties for certain infractions relating to carrying a pistol without proper identification or disclosure as well.

Gun owners could carry concealed pistols without a license under House bills
Gun owners could carry concealed pistols without a license under House bills
Legislation that would allow gun owners without a concealed pistol license to carry concealed firearms drew a crowd at a Tuesday House Judiciary Committee meeting.

Rep. Michele Hoitenga, R-Manton, is a sponsor of one of the bills. She and other sponsors refer to the bills as “constitutional carry” in reference to the second amendment enshrining the right to bear arms.

Michigan House passes bills allowing concealed pistol carry without a license

The main bill passed 59-49.

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