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MOC Responds to Clio's Motion for Summary Judgement

MOC has filed a response to Clio's July 6 motion for Summary Judgement.  In its response MOC cites the CADL decision to defend its assertion that Clio is a preempted local government:


In a case that mirrors the instant suit quite cleanly, the Court of Appeals has established that a quasi-municipal corporation, i.e., a governmental agency authorized by the constitution or statute to operate for and about the business of the state, such as a school district, is preempted from instituting firearm regulation and intruding on the state statutory scheme. Capital Area Dist. Library v. Michigan Open Carry, Inc., 826  N.W.2d 736, 298 Mich.App. 220 (2012)

A hearing is scheduled to decide on Clio's motion.  Please consider attending the hearing.  Here are the details:

When: August 10th @ 2pm
Presiding Judge: Judge Archie L. Hayman
Genesee County Courthouse
900 S. Saginaw Street
Flint, MI 48502


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