State Rep. Pamela Hornberger is again spearheading a plan to protect the constitutional carry rights of Michigan residents.
The plan, which Hornberger has introduced the past two legislative terms, would allow individuals who legally own a firearm to legally carry in places where either open carry or concealed pistol license holders are currently allowed. If the legislation is adopted, Michigan would join a growing list of nearly 20 states that have passed laws protecting constitutional carry.
“Our state constitution is very clear, Michigan citizens have a fundamental right to keep and bear arms,” said Hornberger, of Chesterfield Township. “This plan would repeal the requirement to obtain a license to carry a concealed firearm for individuals not otherwise prohibited from possessing a firearm.”
The plan, House Bills 4863-68 were referred to the House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee for consideration.
State Rep. Pamela Hornberger, of Chesterfield Township, is calling on the state’s Unemployment Insurance Agency to provide an explanation after a review letter from the federal government revealed problems in how UIA has operated.
State Rep. Pamela Hornberger, of Chesterfield Township, released the following statement after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer vetoed her legislation that would have allowed students enrolled in Strict Discipline Academies (SDA) to continue their education:
The House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee has advanced state Rep. Pamela Hornberger’s plan prohibiting local governments from enacting or enforcing policies that prevent local officials and police from communicating with federal officials regarding a person’s immigration status.