Michigan bans open carry of guns at polling locations


Benson says she will not allow gun owners to openly carry firearms. In or near polling places on Election Day. Michigan Public Radio's Rick Looter reports Michigan allows most adults toe openly carry firearms without getting a licence. But Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson says it's her job to make sure people feel safe when they go to vote, and people with firearms could intimidate voters and poll workers. At least one gun rights group says that's unconstitutional, but it could be tough to litigate this close to the election. Back in the nation's capital. The

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