Michigan governor to sign red flag bill


Michigan's democratic governor is set to sign a bill today, imposing a red flag gun law. The law would allow family members police, mental health professionals, roommates, and former dating partners to petition a judge to remove firearms from those they believe pose an imminent threat to themselves or others. Questions remain over whether Michigan would see better success in enforcing red flag laws than other states have local sheriffs have told The Associated Press, they won't enforce the law if they don't believe it's constitutional. Over half the state's counties have passed resolutions declaring themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries, opposing laws they believe infringe on gun rights. I'm Julie Walker

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