ACT 105 of 1980, known as The Faxon-McNamee Act,defines 'Public Place [Property]' to mean:
18.71 Sec. 1(f) 'Public Property' means Real Property or an Appurtenance to the Real Property which is owned by this State, a Public Agency [of Michigan], or by a College or University in this State. It may include a Structure, Enclosure, Facility, or Complex, including a Court, Mall, Park, or other Area, Feature, or Element used by this State, a College or University in this State, or other Public Agency [of Michigan]in the Conduct of the Agency's Business.
ACT 319 of 1990, concerning Michigan Public Safety, directs that:
123.1102 Sec. 2 A Local Unit [hence..., Public Agency as under 18.71 Sec. 1(f) of ACT 105 of 1980] of Government shall not impose Special Taxation on, Enact or Enforce any Ordinance or Regulation pertaining to, or Regulate in any other manner the Ownership, Registration, Purchase, Sale, Transfer, Transportation, or Possession of Pistols or other Firearms, Ammunition for Pistols or other Firearms, or Components of Pistols or other Firearms, except as otherwise provided by Federal Law or a Law of this State.
Lawful Possesion of a Pistol on Public Property is Legal, provided that Michigan Penal Code ACT 328 of 1931 XXXVII 750.224f and 750.234d are not being broken.
Sec. 224f bars certain Persons from having Firearms in Michigan for 3 years, up to 5 years, if the underlining Felony was punishable by 4 years or more in Prison.
Sec. 234d bars Carrying a Pistol in a 'Pistol Free Zone' unless a Person hasPermission from the Rightful Owneror Occupant of the Property, ora Valid CPL, issued under Michigan Public Safety Code 28.425a. 'Pistol Free Zones'are: 1. Banks, 2. Churches, 3. Courts, 4. Theatres, 5. Sports Arenas, 6. Day Care Centers, 7. Hospitals, or 8. Bars.