Constitutional Carry Legislation Passes in Michigan House

Guest Post by Tim Brown

It’s almost funny to me that we have to even sit through these pieces of legislation when our own Constitution is clear in that the God-given right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.  However, instead of simply enforcing those words and not requiring a permit to either carry concealed or openly, political bureaucrats believe it is their duty to write more words to deal with pretended legislation that infringes on the people’s rights.

Thus, in Michigan, the House just passed the House.

In a piece titled “Michigan House passes bills allowing concealed pistol carry without a license,” as if we need to be “allowed” to exercise our rights by our representatives, Emily Lawler reports:

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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