The Michigan Senate approved legislation Wednesday allowing the concealed carry of handguns in places that have traditionally been off limits to guns, such as schools, churches, day care centers, bars and stadiums.
The three-bill package, which now moves to the state House, passed the Senate in 25-12 votes, over strong objections from Democrats, one day after it cleared a Senate committee.
Democrats, always objecting to giving the people more rights and more power.
It's not clear when the House will take up the legislation, but it will not be until after Thanksgiving. Gov. Rick Snyder vetoed similar legislation in 2012.