Legislation

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Bill # Last Action
HB 4003 – would eliminate the permit requirement to carry and transport a concealed pistol for certain individuals.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 1/11/17
HB 4004 -would update references related to HB 4003.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 1/11/17
HB 4005 – would allow for transportation and possession of a firearm for certain individuals.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 1/11/17
HB 4006 – would update the natural resources and environmental protection act.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 1/11/17
HB 4023 – would create a task force to review school policies and recommend improvements to policy and response efforts to school shootings.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 1/12/17
HB 4061 – would require reporting of school lockdown drills
Referred to House Education Reform Committee 1/18/17
HB 4204 – would allow MSP access to driver license photographs of concealed weapons license holders.
Signed into law as Public Act 32 of 2017 5/2/17
HB 4268 – would allow certain individuals with a personal protection order to carry a concealed pistol in a concealed pistol free zone.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 2/23/17
HB 4277 – would provide immunity for business owners from liability for firearms injuries provided they do not prohibit firearms.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 2/28/17
HB 4416 – would eliminate the permit requirement to carry and transport a concealed pistol for certain individuals.
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 6/13/17
HB 4417 – would update references in conjunction with HB 4416.
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 6/13/17
HB 4418 – would updates firearms references in the NREPA in conjunction with HB 4416.
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 6/13/17
HB 4419 – would update sentencing guidelines in conjunction with HB 4416.
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 6/13/17
HB 4458 – would modify the penalty for failure to comply with certain licensing requirements.
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 9/28/17
HB 4474 – would allow possession of concealed firearms on military premises.
Referred to the Senate Committee of the Whole 10/17/17
HB 4554 – would make pistol registration voluntary.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 5/2/17
HB 4560 – would dramatically expand gun free zones by creating new zones and eliminating the existing exception for concealed pistol license holders in MCL 750.234d.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 4/19/17
HB 4565 – would eliminate many gun free zones. Tie barred with 4566-4568.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 5/2/17
HB 4566 – would update sentencing guidelines to reflect changes in House Bills 4565-4568.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 5/2/17
HB 4567 – would update the natural resources and environmental protection act to reflect changes in House Bills 4565-4568.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 5/2/17
HB 4568 – would allow concealed carry without a license. Tie barred with House Bill 4565-4567.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 5/2/17
HB 4616 – would provide for greater enforcement of preemption.
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 09/28/17
HB 4706 – would create an extreme risk protection order act.
Referred to the House Judiciary Committee 06/07/17
HB 4707 – would prohibit purchase of firearms if individual has an extreme risk protection order.
Referred to the House Judiciary Committee 06/07/17
HB 4710 – would allow certain entities to prohibit the open display or carry of firearms.
Referred to the House Judiciary Committee 06/07/17
HB 4711 – sentencing guidelines reference update tie barred to HB 4710.
Referred to the House Judiciary Committee 06/07/17
HB 4838 – would exempt retired law enforcement officers from concealed pistol free zones.
Referred to the House Judiciary Committee 07/12/17
HB 4842 – would exempt firefighters and medical first responders from concealed pistol free zones.
Referred to the House Judiciary Committee 07/12/17
HB 4851 – sentencing guidelines reference update tie barred to HB 4854.
Referred to the House Judiciary Committee 07/12/17
HB 4852 – would update the natural resources and environmental protection act to reflect changes in House Bill 4854.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 07/12/17
HB 4853 – would eliminate the prohibition on carrying a concealed pistol.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 07/12/17
HB 4854 – would allow CPL holders to carry in certain pistol free zones.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 07/12/17
HB 4876 – would modify the requirements to possess a pistol.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 08/16/17
HB 4955 – would prohibit department consideration of firearms possession in placement of a child in foster care or adoption.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 09/14/17
HB 4970 – would eliminate the CPL requirement for certain military personnel.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 09/19/17
SB 219 – would modify the CPL application process.
Signed into law as Public Act 95 of 2017 07/13/17
SB 293 – would provide for penalties for storing or leaving a firearm where it may be accessed by a minor.
Referred to Senate Judiciary Committee 3/30/17
SB 366 – would create a provisional CPL for 18-20 year olds.
Senate Committee of the Whole 5/25/17
SB 527 – would modify weapons requirements for foster parents.
Senate Committee of the Whole 10/19/17
SB 584 – would allow carrying a pistol in pistol free zones by certain individuals.
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 9/20/17
SB 586 – would prohibit local units of government from imposing certain restrictions on firearms.
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committe 9/20/17