LANSING, MI (WKZO) -- Governor Rick Snyder has told the MIRS news agency that he could veto a new gun bill if it doesn’t include a key provision that he wanted.
The bill would permit folks with advanced concealed weapons permits to take guns into gun free zones...schools, hospitals, daycares, churches and bars. Snyder told the bill’s sponsors he would like to see an opt out provision in the bill, allowing property owners to impose their own ban.
But reportedly the proposal didn’t make the final cut. He says he has asked his staff to evaluate how Michigan is handling not only guns but mental illness and school security as it relates to the issue of mass murders, and what can be done to prevent them.