Michigan to Consider Concealed Weapons for Prosecutors, Guards
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In Michigan, bills before the state Legislature would allow county prosecutors, assistant prosecutors and jail guards to carry concealed weapons in schools and other pistol-free zones. Elected prosecutors would get a lifetime exemption to the law that forbids most people from carrying concealed guns in pistol-free zones.

Supporters of the legislation – which cleared the state House Judiciary Committee Thursday – say guards and prosecutors face specific threats on and off the job and should be allowed to carry concealed weapons.

Read more at http://michiganradio.org/post/bills-would-let-prosecutors-guards-carry-concealed-guns-pistol-free-zones.

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