Should the governor have signed the legislation that would allow concealed weapons in churches and schools?
(UPDATE: Tuesday 4:36 p.m.) Gov. Rick Snyder vetoed the bill. LANSING (AP) Gov. Rick Snyder said Monday that he's giving close scrutiny to gun legislation that would allow concealed weapons in churches and schools. Snyder said his public safety concerns have been heightened and "deserve extra consideration" following a mass shooting that left 26 people — including 20 children — dead at a Connecticut elementary school. The bill sent to the Republican governor by the GOP-controlled Legislature would allow someone who gets extra training to have a concealed weapon in a gun-free zone. It also would put county sheriffs in charge of concealed-weapons applications instead of local boards.