Michigan Senate passes ‘gun control bills’

Michigan Senate passed much-discussed ‘gun control bills’ recently.

Pressure to pass a ‘gun control bills’ has been mounting since last month’s deadly shooting at Michigan State University that left three students dead and five injured.

Then Michigan Democrats took the first step to pass the ‘gun control bills’.

The bills would require background checks on individuals purchasing firearms and allow law enforcement members to be taken back from those deemed a danger to others.

Additionally, the bill proposes to store guns in homes where children are less likely to be in a safe place.

The bill passed the Michigan Senate by a vote of 20/17 with Democrats in favor and Republicans opposed.

Opponents of removing legal protections for gun use, meanwhile, claim that implementing ‘gun control bills’ would force the gun business to shut down.

Also read: Swift action to be taken to combat gun attacks

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