Gov. Rick Snyder is renewing his support for banning openly carrying firearms in Michigan schools.
Right now, people with concealed pistol licenses can legally openly carry in schools. But they cannot carry weapons that are concealed.
Snyder says banning open carry in schools is something he and lawmakers are discussing.
“I would imagine there’ll probably be ongoing discussion,” he said. “Because, again, open carry in Michigan schools is not a good thing. And most states don’t allow it.”