Legislation

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Bill # Last Action MCRGO Position
HB 4020 – would allow individuals over age 21 to purchase and possess stun guns.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 1/10/19 SUPPORT
HB 4021 -would provide for a lifetime concealed pistol license.
Referred to House Government Operations Committee 1/10/19 SUPPORT
HB 4022 – would modify the concealed pistol license fee.
Referred to House Government Operations Committee 1/10/19 SUPPORT
HB 4026 – would allow CPL holders to carry in certain pistol free zones.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 1/10/19 SUPPORT
HB 4027 – would update references in sentencing guidelines to reflect changes in HB 4026 & HB 4029.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 1/10/19 SUPPORT
HB 4028 – update references in the state natural resources and environmental protection act to reflect changes in HB 4026 & HB 4029
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 1/10/19 SUPPORT
HB 4029 – would provide for permitless carry.
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 1/10/19 SUPPORT
HB 4097 – would allow carrying of concealed weapons by retired law enforcement officers in no-carry zones
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 1/29/19 SUPPORT
HB 4194 – would extend the period of validity for concealed pistol licenses
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 2/14/19 NO POSITION
HB 4200 – would modify penalties for open carry of a concealed pistol in prohibited areas
Referred to House Judiciary 6/18/19 SUPPORT
HB 4201 – sentencing guideline changes tie barred to HB 4200
Referred to House Judiciary 6/18/19 SUPPORT
HB 4277 – would allow teachers and other school employees to carry pepper spray in school and on school property under certain circumstances
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 2/28/19 SUPPORT
HB 4278 – would allow teachers and other school employees to carry tasers in school and on school property under certain circumstances
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 2/28/19 SUPPORT
HB 4283 – would create extreme risk protection orders
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 2/28/19 OPPOSE
HB 4284 – would prohibit the purchase of firearms if an individual has an extreme risk protection order
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 2/28/19 OPPOSE
HB 4294 – would authorize firearm retail sellers to request certain information through the law enforcement information network (LEIN)
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 3/05/19 SUPPORT
HB 4295 – would allow carrying of concealed pistols by certain pistol instructors in no-carry zones
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 3/06/19 OPPOSE
HB 4331 – would allow transportation of a firearm in off-road vehicle in certain circumstances
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 6/4/19 SUPPORT
HB 4434 – would modify the penalty for failure to comply with certain licensing requirements
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 6/4/19 SUPPORT
HB 4497 – would prohibit the possession, sale, or other activities with firearms or ammunition by certain individuals
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 4/24/19 NO POSITION
HB 4498 – would require an individual who is restrained by a PPO to relinquish possession of firearms or ammunition
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 4/24/19 NO POSITION
HB 4499 – would enact sentencing guidelines for possession of firearms or ammunition by certain individuals
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 4/24/19 NO POSITION
HB 4501 – would prohibit carrying a firearm while having a certain level of tetrahydrocannabinol in blood
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 4/25/19 NO POSITION
HB 4502 – would prohibit possessing firearm while having a certain level of tetrahydrocannabinol in blood
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 4/25/19 NO POSITION
HB 4503 – would allow prohibition of possessing or carrying a firearm while having a certain level of tetrahydrocannabinol in blood
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 4/25/19 NO POSITION
HB 4504 – would allow prohibition of possessing or carrying a firearm while having a certain level of tetrahydrocannabinol in blood
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 4/25/19 NO POSITION
HB 4512 – would provide for penalties for storing or leaving a firearm where it may be accessed by a minor
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 4/25/19 OPPOSE
HB 4513 – would provide a sale tax exemption for firearm safety devices
Referred to House Tax Policy Committee 4/25/19 SUPPORT
HB 4514 – would provide a use tax exemption for firearm safety devices
Referred to House Tax Policy Committee 4/25/19 SUPPORT
HB 4690 – would provide for certain requirements before individual may rent, lease, or loan a firearm
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 6/5/19 OPPOSE
HB 4770 – would repeal certain provisions regarding weapons
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 10/22/19 SUPPORT
HB 4771 – would update references to 1927 PA 372
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 10/22/19 SUPPORT
HB 4772 – would update references to the natural resources and environmental protection act
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 10/22/19 SUPPORT
HB 4773 – would update references to sentencing guidelines
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 10/22/19 SUPPORT
HB 4774 – would update references to the corrections code of 1953
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 10/22/19 SUPPORT
HB 4863 – would exempt certain weapons and ammunition from sales tax
Referred to House Tax Policy Committee 8/29/19 SUPPORT
HB 4864 – would exempt certain weapons and ammunition from use tax
Referred to House Tax Policy Committee 8/29/19 SUPPORT
HB 4976 – would establish liability for safety of individuals in a designated weapon-free zone
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 9/17/19 OPPOSE
HB 5094 – would prohibit open-carry in Michigan except for certain individuals
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 10/10/19 OPPOSE
HB 5095 – would levy an excise tax on ammunition sales
Referred to House Tax Policy Committee 10/10/19 OPPOSE
HB 5098 – would waive the fee for the renewal of a concealed pistol license
Referred to House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee 10/15/19 TBD
HB 5116 – would clarify eligibility for concealed pistol license after setting aside certain convictions
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 10/16/19 TBD
HB 5190 – would prohibit the manufacture, sale, or possession of 3D printed guns
Referred to House Judiciary Committee 10/31/19 TBD
SB 156 – would enact extreme risk protection order act
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 2/28/19 OPPOSE
SB 157 – would prohibit purchase of firearms if individual has an extreme risk protection order
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 2/28/19 OPPOSE
SB 158 – sentencing guidelines for making a false statement in support of an extreme risk protection order
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 2/28/19 OPPOSE
SB 287 – would modify penalties for carrying a concealed weapon with an expired concealed pistol license
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 4/25/19 SUPPORT
SB 424 – would authorize and eliminate the criminal penalty for pawnbrokers accepting a pistol in pawn
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 8/20/19 SUPPORT
SB 425 – would authorize and require a pistol record for pawnbrokers accepting a pistol in pawn
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee 8/29/19 SUPPORT