Michigan: Pro-Gun Bill Passes Committee

| May 25, 2017

Michigan: Pro-Gun Bill Passes Committee

Today, May 24, Senate Bill 366, the provisional carry bill, passed the Senate Judiciary Committee and will now go to the full Senate for consideration.  Introduced by state Senator Wayne Schmidt (R-37), SB 366 would establish a provisional concealed carry permit for Michiganders 18-20 years of age.  These individuals can serve in our military, work in law enforcement, and even serve in public office, yet they are currently restricted in exercising their fundamental right to self-defense.  SB 366 would fix this discrepancy. 

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