Michigan's overhaul of its concealed weapon law just hours before the Newtown school massacre has exposed its legislators to widespread criticism, particularly for its expansion of the right to carry to day care centers and schools. This HuffPost blog column is typical. Today, the Free Press reports on the predictable pushback from the bill's proponents, who believe that the legislation makes the chances of a similar tragedy happening here less likely. Deciding who's right is now the responsibility of the Governor, who must decide whether or not to veto it. If you want to know what the legislation actually does, here's the text of the bill that's on the Governor's desk (PDF).
Update: The Governor has vetoed the bill.