Has anyone wondered if Michigan is being lapped in terms of advancing the protections to your fundamental human right to self defense?
While modest gains have been made this session (brandishing, elimination of gun boards etc.), one must ask if this is good enough.
Michigan is solidly republican on the state level. The democrats have as much power in Lansing as republicans do in Honolulu or Sacramento.
Looking around the country, 2015 has been a good year for those who value their fundamental human right to self defense.
Maine has re-legalized switchblades and is about to eliminate the permit requirement for concealed handguns.
Texas re-legalized open carry, passed knife preemption, and passed college campus concealed carry.