Dear Michigan Citizen,
During the election season, you will often hear politicians from across the State of Michigan proclaim:
"The 2nd Amendment is my license to carry!"
But when they get to the state capital, their campaign rhetoric goes right out the window.
Taxes, fees, privacy-killing databases, and being finger-printed like a common criminal are what you can expect from these folks when it comes time to actually write Michigan law.
Law-abiding citizens like you should not have to ask for government permission to exercise your right to self defense.
Please take a moment to help us win the fight for Constitutional Carry by signing our petition below!
President, Michigan Campaign for Liberty
Enact Constitutional Carry Petition
to My State Representative, State Senator, and the Governor
WHEREAS: The Right of the People to defend themselves from unprovoked violence is a Natural and Inalienable Right; and
WHEREAS: This Inalienable Right is protected by the 2nd Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, as well as Article I, Section 6 of the Constitution of the State of Michigan which states "Every person has a right to keep and bear arms for the defense of himself and the state."; and
WHEREAS: Requiring law-abiding citizens to ask government permission through the permit system before they can exercise their constitutional right to bear arms is a clear violation of that right; and
WHEREAS: The State of Michigan enjoys no Power not justly given to it by the People through the Constitution.
THEREFORE: to protect liberty and the right of individuals to defend themselves and their families, I demand you eliminate all fees and penalties on Michigan citizens, who are simply exercising their Second Amendment rights, and both cosponsor and seek roll call votes on the Michigan Constitutional Carry bill.
I further demand you:
- Repeal and forbid all mandatory weapons licensing schemes; and
- Offer a voluntary concealed carry permit which will allow reciprocity for those wanting to comply with other states concealed carry laws.