Should Gov. Rick Snyder Sign Concealed Carry Bill?
On Friday, a gunman killed at least 27 at a school in Newtown, CT. Meanwhile in Michigan, Gov. Snyder has a bill on his desk that would allow some concealed guns in schools. What do you think?
The Michigan Legislature on Friday approved a bill allowing those with additional training to carry concealed weapons into venues such as schools, day care centers, churches and sports stadiums, according to WDIV-TV in Detroit.
The question is especially timely after a gunman opened fire Friday in a school in Newtown, CT, killing at least 27 died in a shooting an an elementary school, including 18 children.
The bill awaits Gov. Rick Snyder's signature after it cleared the Republican-controlled House on Friday and the Senate on Thursday, WDIV-TV reported.
However, the station reports that Snyder said Friday that he will likely take some time to review the bill, "especially in the wake of the Connecticut school shooting."
Should Gov. Snyder sign this bill? Vote in the poll and tell us in the comments.