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Thread: Let's make CC a right

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    I would like to propose thatall Michigan gun-owners and others, band together to challengeMichigan CC-law in federal District court.

    Michigan CCW-law is unconstitutional by requiring a permit to carry concealed, despite recognizing the right to carry openly.

    This is a violation of federal privacy-rights, which are defined as the right to be free from public scrutiny, in activities that are in accord with law and public policy.

    Since carrying is a right under the Michigan Constitution, then the open-carry requirement is a violation of federal privacy-rights.

    By filing a federal suit against the Michigan CC law, we can secure our federal privacy-rights by carrying concealed as a matter of right, not as a matter of privilege.

    This means that all Michigan citizens will be able to carry concealed WITHOUT a permit-- just like they are able to carry openly now.

    Again, we have the LEGAL RIGHT to carry concealed, but this is being violated by theMichigan legislature. It's our right and duty to take action to take it back.



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    I like it! But I have no money to give to a cause, and not really that much time either... But if there's one thing I would like to see happen with MI gun rights, this is it (and no more PFZs.) This is a huge task to undertake, but I'm on your side!
    "You'll be walking along.. OC.. and you'll feel GREAT. You'll feel FREEEEE like 1776 kind of Free." -cscitney87

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    It's really not that huge: we just need to get together a movement to sponsor abasic lawsuit to challenge this law in Michigan court in Lansing.

    By law, all rights-- state AND federal--must be respected in consistency with one another by a state. Here, the state of Michiganis construing a state-right in a way that infringes on a federal right-- which is a violation of the 14th Amendment.


    The Michigan CCW law violates these federal protections, in conjunction with the right to bear arms for self-defense as protected by Michigan Constitution, Article I Section 6.

    Since this is a free and clear violation of the 14th Amendment's incoporation-clause regarding federal protections (i.e. the right of privacy, which is also protected under the 9th Amendment-- as well as the penumbral protections of the 4th Amendment).


    Therefore this casethus qualifies for a hearing before the Michigan Supreme Court.

    As far as money goes, it will be far, far cheaper than what CCW-permits cost the people in terms of both money and freedom; for the simple law that requires a permit to carry concealed-- while requiring none to carry openly, reconizing this as a matter of right-- basically turns the federal right of privacy. into a privilege.


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    I am with you. I dont think you shold have to go through a class and alot of money to be able to carry a gun a certain way. What does "Right To Bear Arms" relly mean if we have to go through a bunch of BS to do something that we should be able to do without anything.

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