University of Michigan's campus firearm ban upheld by Court of Appeals

Friday, July 21, 2023
Detroit Free Press

The University of Michigan’s ban on carrying firearms on its campus does not violate the Second Amendment a two-judge state Court of Appeals panel ruled Thursday. In Wade v. University of Michigan, Court of Appeals Judges Mark Cavanagh and Deborah Servitto ruled 2-0 in favor of the Ann Arbor school, writing that despite the Second Amendment giving citizens the right to bear arms, universities are considered “sensitive places” where firearms possession can be regulated by governing bodies — in this case, U-M. 

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