The Michigan Supreme Court is now considering the University of Michigan’s ban on firearms in Wade v. University of Michigan.
Michigan FFLs received a letter from the ATF notifying them that a Michigan CPL will no longer be exempt from the NICS check when purchasing a firearm.
The legalization of marijuana in Michigan will not have any significant effect on the legal landscape for firearms. Federal law still prohibits users of marijuana from possessing firearms.
Elections have consequences. And next month’s election for America will prove to have a dramatic impact on legal gun owners. Will, you turn out or just let mob rule become the norm? Vote November 2018
Judge Kavanaugh’s dissent is an excellent example of faithful adherence to the Constitution and to Supreme Court precedent.
After Parkland, we were told that “the gun control movement has reached a tipping point ” and that “this time it’s different.” America proved the anti-gun haters and biased media wrong again.
Most district representation is effectively decided in the August primary election rather than the November general election. That is why it is so important you vote in the primary.
At issue in the cases is whether schools, as local units of government, are subject preemption by the State of Michigan preventing them from creating and enforcing their own firearms restrictions..
While it doesn’t permit teachers with CPLs to carry, it recognizes the value of having armed defenders in schools
As with last year, volunteers will receive a one year MCRGO membership renewal for each shift filled. Volunteers must be current members of MCRGO.
MCRGO’s Board of Directors has approved the following position regarding the National Reciprocity legislation in Congress.
MCRGO, the NRA, and other firearms law reform activists uniformly support these bills, there are several changes we would like to see.
All five bills passed overwhelmingly on Wednesday after MCRGO offered supportive testimony in the Senate Government Operations Committee on Tuesday.
MCRGO E’News is reviewing several pending bills in the Michigan Legislature that MCRGO anticipates may move in the weeks and months ahead.
The short answer is Michigan Governor Snyder who is reluctant to sign any major gun reform measures into law and is likely to veto the bill…
You’ve called your state representative about constitutional carry. You’ve e-mailed your state senator about allowing provisional CPLs for 18-20 year olds.
All men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.
This past Tuesday, the House Judiciary Committee approved constitutional concealed carry legislation on a party line vote of 6-4.
Just like we do not need to pay a poll tax to vote, we should not be forced to buy a license to bear arms.
The text for House Bill 4416, the constitutional concealed carry package, was introduced this past week in the Michigan House of Representatives.