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Michigan: Capitol Commission Votes Down Gun Ban

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On Monday, September 14th, the Capitol Commission voted 4-2 against a proposal to ban all firearms from the Capitol and 3-3 against a proposal to ban open carry at the Capitol.

While this is a temporary victory for Second Amendment rights, the commission did agree to discuss the topic again after meeting with House and Senate Leadership, and left open the possibility of holding a special meeting solely to decide the matter.

NRA will continue to work with House and Senate Leadership to ensure Second Amendment rights are not infringed in Lansing.

Article by NRA-ILA

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