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Why does the government exempt itself from this proposed law?
Sec. 6b. The immunity provided by this act does not apply to 1liability of a governmental agency relating to a gun-free or 2weapon-free zone under section 40 of 1846 RS 66, MCL 554.140.
I haven't searched the forum to see if this story was posted anywhere else, but I do not see it posted in this subforum.
Not negligent but accidental? There is nothing accidental about pointing your firearm in the wrong direction, not knowing what is down range, and then pulling the trigger. That is pure negligence. If you or I did that, we would be in prison.
I also don't know why this is exactly in this...
I started out my post admitting the articles were old...
Park rangers are not police officers?
And where did I ever say I support special privileges for some? I'm pretty sure I said that in my final paragraph...
I know this is a little older article, but I couldn't find it posted here. Outback is not a carry friendly place, even though I have found several threads here saying people had no issue. Corporate policy is no carry...except for police in uniform...