Michigan Veto Preserves 'Gun Free' Schools

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder today vetoed a bill that would have invalidated "gun free" zones like those at schools and churches. The law was passed by the state legislature in Michigan the day before the Newtown, Conn., elementary school shooting. It would have allowed individual schools to ban guns on their property, but Snyder vetoed it because of concerns that public schools did not retain enough power to keep guns off their campuses. "While we must vigilantly protect the rights of...Full Story
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