The House of Representative passed HR38 which includes the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act (CCR) and the Fix NICS Act.
The CCR act will allow legally licensed concealed carry in any state that issues permits regardless of which state issued a permit. This will make it easier to travel with a lawfully concealed firearm.
The Fix NICS legislation is designed to make sure NICS contains updated disqualifying information so that firearm purchase background checks are correct.
Bills were introduced into the Michigan Legislature which would allow lawful carry of a concealed weapon without the need to obtain a concealed pistol license (CPL).
If it becomes law, it would allow permitless concealed carry making the CPL permit optional. The CPL would still be required for those that want to travel and take advantage of reciprocity agreements with other states or for those that take utilize their CPL to facilitate firearms purchases.
The following House bills have been assigned to the House Judiciary Committee :