Arizona -(Ammoland.com)- Michigan law protects the right of people with carry permits to openly carry guns in schools. The law also preempts local government entities from creating local laws and regulations that violate the state laws.
People with carry permits are more law abiding than police officers. They make schools more safe, not less safe. Some school officials are perfectly willing to have law enforcement officers openly carry in schools, but not parents with carry permits. From foxonline.com:
“Obviously, we don’t believe that individuals should open carry in our school unless they are uniformed officers of law enforcement,” says Fletcher Spears III, Superintendent of Clio Public Schools. “But the bigger issue behind this is the ability of school districts to create their own rules within the law.”
Gun advocates say that goes against their rights and state laws.
“State law allows people to lawfully possess fire arms at schools, says Tom Lambert, President of Michigan Open Carry.
Michigan Open Carry is the group suing Clio Schools for their right to openly carry on school property. …Read the Rest