Michigan‘s county gun board permit system for concealed weapons would be scrapped under a pair of bills that could see a vote in the Michigan House as early as Wednesday.
The bills have already passed the Senate.
The measure transfers most county gun board tasks to local county clerks.
This two bill package follows the governor’s veto of generally similar bills last year that he said contained language that would have lifted a concealed weapon prohibition for subjects of a personal protection order.
The new version does not include that language.
Sponsors say the package ensures promptness in permitting, and also reduces the application and licensing fee.