— The state’s new golf regulations go into effect Tuesday.
They are the latest steps in a long-awaited law that aims to reduce gun violence by allowing more people to practice their shooting skills outdoors, as well as by allowing people to bring guns onto the courses.
The changes to the state’s gun laws are aimed at making springfield a better place to shoot.
The legislation, signed into law by Gov.
Rick Snyder last week, includes provisions that include allowing people under 21 to carry guns into state-owned golf courses, including one at the golf complex, and allowing guns on a golf course to be unloaded, even when a game is on.
Snyder has said that allowing people on the course to have guns on the property could have a negative effect on people playing, since they may feel intimidated by their opponents.
There’s also the issue of how many guns can be on the courses, and who has the right to carry a gun in public.
Michigan’s state constitution protects the right of all citizens to exercise their Second Amendment rights.
But the legislation allows some exceptions, including for people who are carrying a concealed weapon in the course or when it’s raining.
The first group of people to apply for concealed weapons permits will be allowed to bring a firearm onto a state-run golf course.
Anyone who already has a permit will be required to obtain another permit, which will require a fingerprinting.
The second group will be asked to fill out an application and take a background check, which includes taking a written exam on the gun-control law.
The state will also ask for information on criminal history, mental health, mental illness, mental and physical fitness, and the ability to take the exam and pass.
Anyone who wants to carry an unloaded gun onto a golf-course property will need to get permission from a licensed firearms instructor.
That person will also need to fill a form to renew his or her permit.
The bill also gives state parks, including the famous Springfield Golf Course, the ability for residents to bring in their guns.
It’s a change that comes as the state grapples with gun violence.
In 2015, at least nine people were killed and 53 others were wounded at two of the country’s most popular public spaces.
Snyder says the changes to golf courses will make it safer for people to play.