It’s a win for the Second Amendment and the right of all Americans to defend their families. A father who wanted to carry when he picked up his daughter from school has received a favorable ruling from a judge in Michigan.
Via The Blaze:
According to the Detroit Free Press, Kenneth Herman sued a Clio, Michigan, school district, arguing that he was denied access to his daughter’s elementary school on multiple occasions when he tried to pick her up from the school because he was openly carrying his pistol.
“I think schools being gun-free zones is not a wise idea,” Herman told WOOD-TV. “I think having law-abiding armed citizens in there provides some measure of protection that isn’t a glass door that can be broken out.”
Michigan Open Carry celebrated the ruling as a victory for Second Amendment rights.
“This was clearly an easy decision for the Judge to make based on the speed of the ruling,” the group said in a statement. “We citizens are expected to follow the law. It’s sad a school district with a team of lawyers did everything they could to try and find a way around the law. We are very happy with this verdict and are prepared to defend it in the Court of Appeals if need be.”