Knife Rights’ sponsored bills in Michigan and Virginia are both moving their way through the legislative process. Doug and the crew feel that the time is right to contact the relevant legislators and try to put some wind in their sails as it were. If you live, work, or travel in the states of Michigan and Virginia, please call or write today.
CALL/EMAIL TODAY! Support Michigan Knife Law Reform BillHB 5512, which would remove all the knives prohibited from concealed carry in Michigan statute, has been assigned to the House Committee On Judiciary.CALL or EMAIL TODAY! CLICK HERE to contact the Judiciary Committee members using Knife Rights’ Legislative Action Center.Sec. 227. (1) would be removed entirely from Michigan’s penal code: “A person shall not carry a dagger, dirk, stiletto, a double-edged nonfolding stabbing instrument of any length, or any other dangerous weapon, except a hunting knife adapted and carried as such, concealed on or about his or her person, or whether concealed or otherwise in any vehicle operated or occupied by the person, except in his or her dwelling house, place of business or on other land possessed by the person.”
Knife Rights’ record of 28 bills repealing knife bans at the state and local levels in 20 states in the past 8 years is unrivaled. With your support, Knife Rights is rewriting knife law in America™.
CALL/EMAIL TODAY! Virginia Bill to Repeal Ban on Weapons in Places of Worship AdvancesThe companion bill to SB 372 that has passed the Virginia Senate, Delegates Dave LaRock and Mark Cole’s Knife Rights supported bill, HB 1180, that would repeal Virginia’s ban on carrying “a gun, pistol, bowie knife, dagger, or other dangerous weapon” to a “place of worship while a meeting for religious purposes is being held” has been reported from the House Militia, Police and Public Safety Committee by a vote of 12-9.CALL or EMAIL TODAY! Click here to contact your Delegate using Knife Rights’ Legislative Action Center.
Like SB 372, this bill would repeal § 18.2-283, Carrying dangerous weapon to place of religious worship, in its entirety. .These bills are a reaction to the Texas church shooting last year and will allow citizens to carry effective weapons for self-defense in places of religious worship.Knife Rights’ record of 28 bills repealing knife bans at the state and local levels in 20 states in the past 8 years is unrivaled. With your support, Knife Rights is rewriting knife law in America™.