Recent Self Defense & Guns developments include the fact that last month, the Michigan House of Representatives passed a four-bill package allowing legal firearm owners to carry concealed handguns without a license or mandatory training. As reported in The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press, if the bills eventually become law, there will be major repercussions for gun owners across Michigan. The bills now head to the senate for debate and a vote. If the bills pass there, they will go to the governor to be vetoed or signed into law. Strong arguments have been presented on both sides with support and opposition seeming to cut along party lines.
In The Justice System, Self-Defense Laws are Under Attack.
This week the Oregon Supreme Court decided that an Oregon citizen's concealed handgun permit could not be denied because she was a medical marijuana card holder.
In the wake of McDonald v City of Chicago, the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) is supporting citizens in a fight against local and state governments that are violating citizen's constitutional right to bear arms.