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Looking to capitalize on the exodus of weapons manufacturing from it’s historical, now increasingly unfriendly Northeastern base, Michigan State Senator Tom Casperson has introduced a measure to make his state accommodating to firearms manufacturers.

According to Casperson’s office, the measure would help create Arms Related Manufacturing zones. These zones, similar to tool and die zones, would be created to provide tax incentives to possibly attract firearms manufacturers.

“Officials in some states are pushing unfriendly and in many cases unnecessary policies that are providing real incentive to arms manufacturers to relocate,” said Senator Casperson. “The companies provide many good jobs and valuable economic activity for the communities where they are located, so we’re saying that Michigan embraces the Second Amendment and it is open for business, so please come to Michigan.”

Read more at UpperMichigansSource.com.

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