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House Bill 4530 -- New CCW changes
January 24, 2001
Here is a list of 100 items of interest within the new CCW bill 4530:

1.Establishes CHURCHES and PLACES OF WORSHIP as CCW-free zones.
2.Establishes SCHOOL BUILDINGS as CCW-free zones.
3.Establishes SCHOOL GROUNDS as CCW-free zones.
4.Establishes SPORTS VENUES as CCW-free zones.
5.Establishes DAYCARE CENTERS as CCW-free zones.
6.Establishes DINING ROOMS, LOUNGES and BARS as licensed under the Michigan Liquor Control Code as CCW-free zones.
7.Establishes ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES with a capacity of 2500 or more as CCW-free zones.
8.Establishes HOSPITALS as CCW-free zones.
9.Establishes CASINOS as CCW-free zones.
10.Establishes UNIVERSITY, COLLEGE and COMMUNITY COLLEGE DORMITORIES as CCW-free zones.
11.Establishes UNIVERSITY, COLLEGE and COMMUNITY COLLEGE CLASSROOMS as CCW-free zones.
12.No CCW for those who have a diagnosed mental illness.
13.No CCW for those involuntarily committed to a mental health facility.
14.No CCW for those with a legal incapacity.
15.No CCW for those found innocent due to mental illness.
16.No CCW for those with personal protective orders.
17.Now CCW for those with police reports with evidence they may be a threat to others.
18.No CCW for those with juvenile felony convictions.
19.No CCW for those with felony convictions resulting in more than 1 year imprisonment.
20.No CCW for those guilty of an accident resulting in death if it involves Operating Under the Influence of Liquor, reckless driving, driving with a suspended license or failure to stop for police.
21.No CCW for those convicted of dealing a controlled substance.
22.No CCW if a violation results in serious injury.
23.No CCW for those convicted of the death of a vulnerable adult.
24.No CCW for those convicted of sexually abusing a child.
25.No CCW for those convicted of buying or possessing child pornography.
26.No CCW for those convicted of promoting or financing child pornography.


27.No CCW for those convicting of buying or selling an individual.
28.No CCW for those convicted of failure to stop for police.
29.No CCW for those convicted with the last 8 years of a second offense OUIL.
30.No CCW for those convicted with the last 8 years of reckless driving.
31.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of a second offense of driving with a suspended license.
32.NO CCW for those convicted with the last 8 years of vulnerable adult abuse.
33.NO CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of aggravated assault and battery.
34.NO CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of soliciting to commit felony.
35.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of child abuse.
36.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of soliciting a child.
37.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of exposing children with intent to injure or abandon.
38.No CCW for those guilty within the last 8 years of accosting children for an immoral purpose.
39.No CCW for those found guilty within the last 8 years of impersonating a police officer.
40.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of illegal sale of firearms.
41.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of selling illegal ammunition.
42.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of illegally selling chemical agents, such as mace.
43.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of selling switchblades.
44.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of possessing a switchblade.
45.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of improper transport of a firearm.
46.No CCW for those guilty within the last 8 years of failure to have a pistol inspected.
47.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of accepting a pistol in pawn.
48.No CCW for those who fail within the last 8 years to register purchase of a firearm.
49.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of improperly obtain pistol.
50.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 year of aim with intent without malice.
51.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of discharging a firearm with intent without malice.
52.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of possessing a firearm on prohibited premises.
53.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of brandishing a firearm.
54.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of minor possessing a firearm.
55.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of discharge with intent without malice causing injury.
56.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of possessing a firearm in a weapon free school.
57.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of setting a spring gun.
58.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of possessing a firearm under the influence.
59.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of violating a weapon free school.
60.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of domestic abuse.
61.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of stalking.
62.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of criminal sexual conduct in the 4th degree.
63.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of reckless or negligent use of a firearm.
64.No CCW for those convicted within the last 8 years of reckless discharge of a firearm.
65.No CCW for those convicted within the last 3 years of a first offence OUIL.
66.No CCW for minor guilty within the last 3 years of purchasing or possessing alcohol.
67.No CCW for those convicted within the last 3 years of any other misdemeanor.
68.No CCW for those convicted within the last 3 years of a misdemeanor violation of a local ordinance that corresponds to the state penal code.
69.NO CCW if clear and convincing evidence exists that a person should not carry a concealed pistol.
70.Establishes uniform, statewide standards for CCW license.
71.Establishes 21 as the minimum age to obtain a CCW license.
72.Establishes a six month residency requirements to obtain a CCW license.
73.Establishes a temporary CCW for people who have not lived in Michigan for six months if CCW board deems there is probable cause of fear for the safety of the applicant or applicant’s family.
74.Establishes limited reciprocity for out of state permits.
75.Establishes that CCW applications must be properly signed in order to obtain permit.
76.Establishes that date of birth must be certified on CCW applications.
77.Establishes CCW applicants required to complete gun safety course.
78.Establishes requirements that a statement of completion of a gun safety course must be included on certificate of completion of training for CCW license.
79.Establishes requirements that convictions be recorded in LEIN.
80.Establishes requirement that CCW licenses contain a photo for ID.
81.Establishes funding for new trigger lock program.
82.Establishes $55.00 fee for application.
83.Establishes $35.00 renewal fee for CCW.
84.Establishes a $15.00 fee to cover cost of finger printing.
85.Establishes CCW Enforcement Fund in State Treasury.
86.Establishes $5.00 fee for each CCW applicant to support Enforcement fund.
87.Establishes that enforcement Fund money will be used to train law enforcement regarding rights and responsibilities of CCW licenses as well as proper enforcement technique.
88.Establishes option for public auction of confiscated weapons.
89.Establishes requirement that county CCW boards be comprised of representatives of the County Sheriff, Department of State Police and the County Prosecutor.
90.Establish power of county boards of commissioners to appoint a pistol safety training instructor to the CCW board if County Prosecutor opts off CCW board.
91.Establishes opportunity for prosecutors who do not serve on county CCW boards to review and comment on all CCW applications.
92.Establishes the ability for counties to create up to three CCW advisory panels to review and comment on pending CCW applications.
93.Requires the Michigan State Police to establish a database of CCW permit holders.
94.Requires MSP to compile information such as the number of crimes committed by CCW holders.
95.Requires CCW holders to give notice to police officers when stopped that they are carrying a weapon.
96.Requires CCW holders to carry their license at all times they are carrying a concealed weapon.
97.Require Intoxicated CCW holders to lock their weapon in the trunk, or if there is no trunk, the weapon must be unloaded and locked in a separate container from the ammunition.
98.Grants power for county CCW boards to immediately suspend the license of CCW holder.
99.Grants power for immediate suspension regardless of whether holder has received prior notice.
100.Establishes that acceptance of a CCW license serves as implied consent to submit to a chemical analysis.