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    When I'm bored, I sometimes surf our Michigan laws and bills (don't ask why) and I came across this.

    If I am correct, House bill 4334 "Amends sec. 5c of 1927 PA 372 (MCL 28.425c) & repeals sec. 5o of 1927 PA 372 (MCL 28.425o)."

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    http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2009-HB-4334

    Does it look like that is the case?
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    Sure seems like it to me.
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    So does this mean we can do it?

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    Pouget wrote:
    So does this mean we can do it?
    No, the bill has basically just been introduced. It would need to pass the full house, the full senate, and be signed by our wonderful governor first. And then, hope nothing bad is attached to the legislation to make it worse.
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    nothing seems to have happend on this in a little over a year.

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    I guess so.....my brain is still on "09", so I didn't even notice that!!
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    Perhaps they are sitting on this until the governor leaves.

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    Its a very good strategy if thats what it is.

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    I have it on good authority that the bill is most likely dead in the water. Too many anti-gun dems in the house will keep it from getting anywhere.
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    There's actually another house bill that would do the same thing, introduced by Rep. Richard LeBlanc.

    http://www.legislature.mi.gov/%28S%2...8&query=on

    I've written in support of this one, and tried to get the Chair of the Judiciary Committee to give it a hearing.

    So far, no luck. :-(

    I'm not sure why there are two bills, but the Rep. Lori Bill has no co-sponsors, while the LeBlanc bill does, that's why I decided to advocate for it.

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    As I understand it, any pro-gun bill that goes to the judiciary committee will not likely ever leave. The guy in charge is anti-gun. From what I'm told at least.


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    FrankB wrote:
    nothing seems to have happend on this in a little over a year.
    Welcome FrankB, heckova first post :P

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    Big Gay Al wrote:
    As I understand it, any pro-gun bill that goes to the judiciary committee will not likely ever leave. The guy in charge is anti-gun. From what I'm told at least.

    It's waiting for the November elections. Then the state congress should be slightly more in line with a pro-gun philosophy.
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    Venator wrote:
    Big Gay Al wrote:
    As I understand it, any pro-gun bill that goes to the judiciary committee will not likely ever leave. The guy in charge is anti-gun. From what I'm told at least.

    It's waiting for the November elections. Then the state congress should be slightly more in line with a pro-gun philosophy.
    We hope.
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    Venator wrote:
    Big Gay Al wrote:
    As I understand it, any pro-gun bill that goes to the judiciary committee will not likely ever leave.Â* The guy in charge is anti-gun.Â* From what I'm told at least.

    It's waiting for the November elections.Â* Then the state congress should be slightly more in line with a pro-gun philosophy.
    Hopefully more then slightly but I guess that's wishful thinking

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    mikestilly wrote:
    Venator wrote:
    Big Gay Al wrote:
    As I understand it, any pro-gun bill that goes to the judiciary committee will not likely ever leave. The guy in charge is anti-gun. From what I'm told at least.

    It's waiting for the November elections. Then the state congress should be slightly more in line with a pro-gun philosophy.
    Hopefully more then slightly but I guess that's wishful thinking
    I didn't want to jinx it by saying landslide.
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    mikestilly wrote:
    Venator wrote:
    Big Gay Al wrote:
    As I understand it, any pro-gun bill that goes to the judiciary committee will not likely ever leave. The guy in charge is anti-gun. From what I'm told at least.

    It's waiting for the November elections. Then the state congress should be slightly more in line with a pro-gun philosophy.
    Hopefully more then slightly but I guess that's wishful thinking
    I didn't want to jinx it by saying landslide.
    An Amazon best seller "MY PARENTS OPEN CARRY" http://www.myparentsopencarry.com/

    *The information contained above is not meant to be legal advice, but is solely intended as a starting point for further research. These are my opinions, if you have further questions it is advisable to seek out an attorney that is well versed in firearm law.

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