Mich. legislators vote to change concealed weapons law
LANSING, Mich. -- The Michigan legislature has officially wrapped up its 2012 session. But not without several last minute votes including changes to the state's concealed weapons law.
On Thursday night, the house voted to allow trained gun owners to carry their weapons in several previously banned places including schools, day care centers, stadiums and churches.
Schools and privately owned facilities could opt out of the law.
The bill will move on to the state senate for a vote.