Michigan gun group, parent sue Ann Arbor schools over weapons-free policy

Michigan Gun Owners, a pro gun organization, and a Michigan parent are suing the Ann Arbor Public Schools and their Superintendent over a new policy relating to guns on campuses. CBS Detroit reports:

“Our ideal situation is that the Ann Arbor school district, and any other school district, that thinks they can pass and enact their own laws to circumvent the state law that they will be set straight in their ways in the state court system,” Michigan Gun Owners President Mike Borders told WWJ Newsradio 950.

Under the policy, a weapon in a school constitutes an emergency. If anyone but a law enforcement official carries a gun into an Ann Arbor school, administrators will ask the person to leave and call the police.

This falls amidst a larger debate on the presence of firearms on or near school campuses. Read the full story on CBS Detroit.