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Michigan just might be the next U.S. state to adopt Constitutional
Carry as this legislation was introduced last week. If the legislation
is passed, Michiganders would no longer present a permit to own or carry
a gun. The bill, consisting of four parts, was introduced by Reps.
Michele Hoitenga of Manton, Triston Cole of Mancelona, Sue Allor of
Wolverine and Pamela Hornberger of Chesterfield Township.
“Responsible people shouldn’t have to obtain a special permit from
the government to exercise a right that is guaranteed in both the U.S.
and state constitutions,” Hoitendga said.
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After a season of plot twists, Constitutional Carry in Texas is dead.
Activists fought hard, as did the few legislators who took a stand for
the strongest gun rights legislation filed in the House. Texas made
history, moving the issue farther along than ever before. And yet, as
the session rushes to a close, deadlines have passed, but the bill
This announcement begs the question: who’s to blame? Although it’s
fair to say that House and Senate leadership hold responsibility for not
pushing forward the #1 priority of their party, I’m going to lay the
blame squarely in the lap of Chairman Phil King of the Homeland Security
& Public Safety committee.
After giving HB 375 a public hearing in February, he reportedly
promised numerous times to schedule a vote moving the bill along. The
vote never happened. The bill still sits in his committee, having passed
House deadlines to be moved forward.
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