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Bill # Last Action MCRGO Position
HB 4003 – would modify the penalty for failure to comply with certain licensing requirements
Referred Senate Government Operations Committee 3/15/22 SUPPORT
HB 4006 – would exempt elected officials from pistol free zones and extend for 1 year after tenure
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 1/26/21 SUPPORT
HB 4010 – would modify penalties for open-carry of a concealed pistol in prohibited areas
Referred to House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee 1/26/21 SUPPORT
HB 4011 – would update sentencing guideline per HB 4010
Referred to House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee 1/26/21 SUPPORT
HB 4012 – would allow carrying of concealed pistols by certain pistol instructors in no-carry zones
Referred to House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee 1/26/21 OPPOSE
HB 4013 – would allow issuance of a temporary concealed pistol license during a declared emergency
Referred to House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee 1/26/21 SUPPORT
HB 4023 – would expand gun free zones to include all buildings owned or leased by this state
Referred to House Government Operations Committee 1/26/21 OPPOSE
HB 4024 – would expand concealed pistol free zones to include all buildings owned or leased by this state
Referred to House Government Operations Committee 1/26/21 OPPOSE
HB 4027 – would establish liability for the safety of individuals in a designated weapon-free zone
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 1/27/21 OPPOSE
HB 4029 – would allow for individuals over age 21 to purchase and possess stun guns
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 4/15/21 SUPPORT
HB 4030 – would modify the concealed pistol licensing fee
Referred to Senate Committee of the Whole 5/24/22 SUPPORT
HB 4066 – would create a knife preemption act
VETOED BY THE GOVERNOR 11/05/21 SUPPORT
HB 4078 – would allow transportation of firearms in off-road vehicles under certain circumstances
Referred Senate Natural Resources Committee 5/03/22 SUPPORT
HB 4312 – would expand CPL waiver to include animal control officers
Referred to House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee 2/23/21 OPPOSE
HB 4498 – would modify the fee for renewal of a concealed pistol license
Referred to Senate Referred to Senate Committee of the Whole 5/24/22 SUPPORT
HB 4629 – would authorize pawn brokers to accept pistols in pawn
Referred to House Regulatory Reform Committee 4/13/21 SUPPORT
HB 4630 – would eliminate the criminal penalty of accepting pistols in pawn
Referred to House Regulatory Reform Committee 4/13/21 SUPPORT
HB 4717 – would require conservation officers to inquire about a CPL license when requesting forms of identification from individuals
Referred to House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee 4/27/21 SUPPORT
HB 4718 – would modify the requirement to file a license to carry a concealed pistol in the county of residence
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 6/24/21 SUPPORT
HB 4763 – would provide for a special decal designation for a concealed pistol license on state identification cards
Referred to House Transportation Committee 5/04/21 NO POSITION
HB 4764 – would provide for a special decal designation for a concealed pistol license on state driver licenses
Referred to House Transportation Committee 5/04/21 NO POSITION
HB 4863 – would repeal certain provisions regarding weapons
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 5/18/21 SUPPORT
HB 4864 – would update references to the Michigan retired law enforcement officer’s firearm carry act, tie barred with HB 4863
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 5/18/21 SUPPORT
HB 4865 – would update references to 1927 PA 372, tie barred with HB 4863
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 5/18/21 SUPPORT
HB 4866 – would update references to natural resources and environmental protection act, tie barred with HB 4863
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 5/18/21 SUPPORT
HB 4867 – would update references to sentencing guidelines, tie barred with HB 4863
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 5/18/21 SUPPORT
HB 4868 – would update references to the corrections code of 1953, tie barred with HB 4863
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 5/18/21 SUPPORT
HB 4869 – would require a license or background check for purchase of firearms
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 5/18/21 OPPOSE
HB 4870 – would update references to pistol in the penal code, tie barred with HB 4869
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 5/18/21 OPPOSE
HB 4871 – would update references in sentencing guidelines, tie barred with HB 4869
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 5/18/21 OPPOSE
HB 4923 – would allow a current concealed pistol license to be used for election identificaton
Referred to House Elections and Ethics Committee 5/26/21 SUPPORT
HB 4957 – would prohibit confiscation of lawfully possessed firearms when a state of emergency is declared
Referred to House Government Operations Committee 6/01/21 SUPPORT
HB 5066 – would provide for penalties for storing or leaving a firearm where it may be accessed by a minor
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 6/17/21 OPPOSE
HB 5067 – would exempt firearms safety devices from sales tax
Referred to House Tax Policy Committee 6/17/21 SUPPORT
HB 5068 – would exempt firearms safety devices from use tax tax
Referred to House Tax Policy Committee 6/17/21 SUPPORT
HB 5187 – would modify emergency powers relating to firearms when a state of emergency is declared
Referred Senate Government Operations Committee 3/15/22 SUPPORT
HB 5188 – would prohibit issuing an emergency order that restricts certain gun-related activities during an epidemic
Referred Senate Government Operations Committee 3/15/22 SUPPORT
HB 5271 – would allow for a CPL application to be made in a contiguous county to one’s residence
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 8/18/21 SUPPORT
HB 5312 – would require the destruction of firearms transfer records
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 9/21/21 SUPPORT
HB 5313 – would update the penal code in regards to HB 5312
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 9/21/21 SUPPORT
HB 5314 – would update sentencing guidelines in regards to HB 5312
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 9/21/21 SUPPORT
HB 5364 – would update sentencing guidelines in regards to HB 5366
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 04/10/22 SUPPORT
HB 5365 – would update the natural resources and environmental protection act in regards to HB 5366
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 04/10/22 SUPPORT
HB 5366 – would eliminate the prohibition on carrying a concealed pistol
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 04/10/22 SUPPORT
HB 5367 – would require a concealed pistol license for individuals to carry concealed pistols in pistol-free zones in regards to HB 5366
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 04/10/22 SUPPORT
HB 5628 – would prohibit the sale, production, or possession of magazines holding more than 10 rounds
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 12/09/21 OPPOSE
HB 5658 – would create a 7-day waiting period for all pistol purchases
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 12/15/21 OPPOSE
HB 5677 – would require gun locks and a pamphlet on gun safety to be included with every point of sale for gun purchases
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 1/18/22 NEUTRAL
HB 5873 – would create a provisional license to carry a concealed pistol for 18-20 year olds
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 3/3/22 SUPPORT contingent on amendments
HB 5883 – would modify the definition of lawful carry of concealed weapon
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 5/24/22 SUPPORT
HB 5903 – would eliminate gun free zones and allow a business or entity the option to choose
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 3/15/22 SUPPORT
HB 5904 – would update sentencing guidelines in reference to HB 5903
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 3/15/22 SUPPORT
HB 5907 – would provide for a requirement for hobbyist built firearms to contain serial numbers on frames or receivers
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 3/15/22 STRONGLY OPPOSE
HB 5947 – would prohibit open carry of firearms within 100 feet of a voting location
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 3/22/22 OPPOSE
HB 6151 – would allow teachers and other school employees to store tasers and firearms in school and on school property under certain circumstances
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 5/26/22 SUPPORT
HB 6152 – would modify gun-free school zones
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 5/26/22 SUPPORT
HB 6165 – would prohibit firearms within 100 feet of an absentee ballot counting board while ballots are being counted
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 6/01/22 OPPOSE
HB 6226 – would provide for restoration of rights to purchase or possess firearm under certain circumstances
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 6/15/22 SUPPORT
HB 6227 – would provide for restoration of rights to purchase or possess firearm under certain circumstances
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 6/15/22 SUPPORT
HB 6228 – would expand the definition of firearms to include 3-D printed guns and prohibit their manufacture, sale, or possession
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 6/15/22 OPPOSE
HB 6272 – would require of firearms dealers reporting a lost or stolen firearm to local police authorities
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 6/22/22 OPPOSE
HB 6273 – would provide for certain regulations for the storage of firearms and ammunition for dealers of retail businesses and require the installation of electronic security systems to meet state specifications
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 6/22/22 OPPOSE
HB 6274 – would provide for background checks for firearm dealer employees
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 6/22/22 OPPOSE
HB 6275 – would provide for civil liability for a person who sells, delivers, or transfers a firearm to a person prohibited from possessing a firearm
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 6/22/22 OPPOSE
HB 6338 – would prohibit enforcement of certain federal gun laws and regulations in this state
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 7/20/22 TBD
SB 11 – would require concealed pistol licenses to be processed during a declared emergency
VETOED by the Governor 3/18/22 SUPPORT PRIORITY
SB 34 – would prohibit firearms in the state capitol
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 1/26/21 OPPOSE
SB 35 – would prohibit concealed pistols in the state capitol
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 1/26/21 OPPOSE
SB 152 – would allow transportation of firearms in off-road vehicles
Referred to Senate Natural Resources Committee 5/03/22 SUPPORT
SB 352 – would eliminate local preemption for firearms possession inside municipal buildings
Referred to Senate Local Government Committee 4/13/21 OPPOSE
SB 454 – would require a license or background check for purchase of firearms
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 5/18/21 OPPOSE
SB 455 – would update references in sentencing guidelines, tie barred with SB 454
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 5/18/21 OPPOSE
SB 456 – would update references to pistol in penal code, tie barred with SB 454
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 5/18/21 OPPOSE
SB 489 – would update sentencing guidelines per SB 492
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 5/27/21 SUPPORT
SB 490 – would update 1927 PA 372 per SB 492
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 5/27/21 SUPPORT
SB 491 – would update the natural resources and environmental protection act per SB 492
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 5/27/21 SUPPORT
SB 492 – would allow conceal carry without a permit under certain circumstances
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 5/27/21 SUPPORT
SB 550 – would provide for penalties for storing or leaving a firearm where it may be accessed by a minor
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 6/17/21 OPPOSE
SB 551 – would exempt firearms safety devices from sales tax
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 6/17/21 SUPPORT
SB 552 – would exempt firearms safety devices from use tax tax
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 6/17/21 SUPPORT
SB 646 – would require the destruction of firearms transfer records
Referred to Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee 9/21/21 SUPPORT
SB 647 – would update the penal code in regards to SB 646
Referred to Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee 9/21/21 SUPPORT
SB 648 – would update sentencing guidelines in regards to SB 646
Referred to Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee 9/21/21 SUPPORT
SB 785 – would prohibit the sale, production, or possession of magazines holding more than 10 rounds
Referred to Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee 12/09/21 OPPOSE
SB 857 – would prohibit the purchase of firearms if an individual has an extreme risk protection order.
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 2/10/22 OPPOSE
SB 858 – would enact sentencing guidelines for making a false statement in support of an extreme risk protection order.
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 2/10/22 OPPOSE
SB 950 – would prohibit issuing an emergency order that restricts certain gun-related activities during an epidemic
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 3/08/22 SUPPORT
SB 951 – would modify emergency powers relating to firearms when a state of emergency is declared
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 3/08/22 SUPPORT
SB 959 – would create a 72 hour reporting requirement for stolen or missing firearms
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 3/10/22 OPPOSE
SB 975 – would reduce the concealed pistol licensing fee
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 3/22/22 SUPPORT