A gun bill that was previously vetoed twice by Michigan’s Governor Snyder is in the rounds again today. The most recent veto being only a few weeks ago, it is expected that the bill will be approved this time around, and it will change how concealed carry permits are issued in the state. The difference this time is that the part of the bill that made Governor Snyder “uncomfortable” will be removed.
The original bill was designed to speed up the concealed carry licensing process by eliminating county licensing boards. Instead, these roles would be transferred to county clerks and state …read more
Via:: Gun News