1. 1) Michigan law allows individuals who have a concealed weapons permit to openly carry firearms in schools. The individual involved in this incident verified with the West Bloomfield Police Department that he has a concealed weapons permit, which also permits him to openly carry a firearm in a school. The school district does not have the authority to deny this right granted by the Michigan State Legislature and signed into law by the Governor. We are working with the legislation to modify the law. House Bill 4104 has been introduced and at this juncture, appears to be buried in committee.
Being a school, it's already a pfz...but since the law is written to allow cpl holders to open carry, can't the school just post a no-firearms sign if they don't want them on the premises at all? Or being a public school and not a private business, is that not an option? A No Firearms sign trumps a cpl or open carrying rights...