A state court has struck down a Lansing library’s ban on people openly carrying guns in its branches.
The Capitol Area District Library instituted its policy banning patrons from openly carrying firearms in 2005.
A group called Michigan Open Carry challenged the ban, claiming the ban violated a state law which blocks local units of government from instituting rules that restrict gun owners. And a majority of the Michigan Court of Appeals agreed.
From the conclusion of the opinion released by the Court of Appeals: