Certain businesses in Michigan have either posted no-guns ‘signs’ or have indicated in their ‘business policy’ that persons lawfully licensed to carry concealed firearms for self defense are not welcome on their property or within their place of business.
This policy of denying Michigan’s most upstanding and law abiding men and women the right to resist criminal attack while shopping or doing business does not create a safe environment, as only law-abiding citizens will obey their signs. “No-Guns” signs simply mean that criminals have a lot less to worry about and may even be emboldened to commit armed criminal acts in these so-called “gun free environments”.
Although most businesses in Michigan have chosen not to post discriminatory signs against concealed pistol license holders, some have. Even though these businesses have the right to post no firearms allowed signs, it does NOT mean that they are “gun free environments” as criminals intent on robbery, or worse, will continue to be armed.View List
The MCRGO Board of Directors met on Friday, December 6, 2019 at East Lansing for the 2019 Annual Meeting. 59 members attended in person with other 8 attending the live broadcast on MCRGO Coffee Table. There were 10,344 members as of 12.5.19 (8,331 on 12/1/18) Read More
2ND AMENDMENT PROTECTION GAINS MOMENTUM IN MICHIGAN
2020/02/19 – WBCK
Grassroots efforts across Michigan to enact local ordinances or resolutions protecting 2nd Amendment rights are growing. The Jackson County Board of Commissioners is the latest local governmental unit in Michigan to approve a resolution supporting 2nd Amendment rights.
Guns or marijuana? Even in pot-friendly states like Michigan, residents can only choose one
2020/02/19 – Detroit Metro Times
Now that recreational marijuana is legal in Michigan, many people have a difficult choice to make: Smoke pot or own a gun.
New Michigan NRC chair says he’s not anti-gun, despite gun group opposition
2020/02/13 – MLive
As the former mayor of Grand Rapids, George Heartwell advocated for banning guns from public meetings after people showed up to a city meeting with guns. Now, gun advocates oppose his appointment to chair the Michigan Natural Resources Commission, which regulates hunting and fishing.
How the Gun Show Became the Trump Show
2020/01/24 – Politico
“When I was a kid, we were all poor, and it seemed like everyone was a Democrat. These days, I don’t know any.”
Michigan included in coalition of states suing over rules governing 3D-printed guns
2020/01/23 – WWMT
Attorneys general in 20 states and the District of Columbia filed a lawsuit Thursday challenging a federal regulation that could allow blueprints for making guns on 3D printers to be posted on the internet.