Michigan Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Protect Gun Right of Foster Parents

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Earlier this year, many patriotic and law-abiding Americans were saddened when they heard that a Michigan grandfather was forced to give up his Second Amendment in order to legally become the foster parent for his grandson. Michigan’s liberal Democrats had passed a law imposing strict rules on gun owners wanting to be foster parents.

Two Michigan state senators have introduced a bill into the Michigan state Senate, that would protect the Second Amendment rights of foster parents. They say that no one should be forced to give up their constitutional rights to foster or adopt a child. They also pointed out that most such responsible adults wanting to foster and adopt are legal law-abiding citizens.


State Sens. Tom Casperson and Tonya Schuitmaker have introduced legislation focusing on the Second Amendment rights of foster parents.

A policy change by the Michigan Department

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