Michiganders would no longer have to register pistols with the state under a bill introduced last week by Rep. Lee Chatfield, R-Levering.
Under current law, a person cannot purchase, carry, possess, or transport a pistol in Michigan without first having obtained a license for it.
Chatfield’s house bill 4554 would make that optional, and eliminate the $250 fine for not registering. It would also allow people who have already registered to request the Michigan State Police remove their information from the registry.
“There is no need for state government to maintain an exhaustive list of law-abiding citizens who legally purchase pistols,” Chatfield said in a press release.
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