Michigan: House panel OKs permitless Right-to-Carry plan

| May 31, 2017

Michigan: House panel OKs permitless Right-to-Carry plan

The plan would scrap criminal penalties for people who carry concealed pistols without permits, effectively eliminating the need for a permit in most parts of the state. People who want to carry concealed firearms must currently pay for a $100 permit application plus a fingerprint fee and another $115 every four years to renew the license. Gun training classes can cost hundreds of dollars.

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