Gov. Snyder vetoes concealed pistol bill

MICHIGAN -- It may be the first real legislative change since the shooting rampage in Connecticut.

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has vetoed a bill that would allow people with concealed pistol licenses to carry their guns on school property.

Though Gov. Snyder rejected the bill, he did sign into law two other bills dealing with handgun purchasing and interstate rifle and shotgun sales.

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