MICHIGAN – Bill Would Exempt Firearms And Ammunition From Michigan Sales Tax

An Upper Peninsula lawmaker believes Michigan residents shouldn’t have to pay sales tax to exercise their Second Amendment rights to bear arms.

State Rep. Beau LaFave, a Republican of Iron Mountain, introduced legislation on Thursday that would exempt firearms and ammunition from the 6 percent state sales tax.

He pointed out no other rights enshrined in the Constitution are subject to taxation.

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august 29, 2019