I recently read about a Michigan judge who ruled that a Grand Rapids man can carry a gun inside his daughter's school, provided that he carries it openly where it is most likely to cause students and teachers to panic.

The man sued the school district after his child's elementary school refused to allow him excess while carrying openly a firearem.

This ruling may appear unusual, it may not be completely clear that this wrong, citing the various restrictions contained within the Michigan gun laws. However, one provision of law indicates that "an individual who possesses a weapon in a weapon free school zone is guilty of a misdemeanor," that provision includes an exception for persons "licensed by this state or another state to carry a hidden weapon.

I wonder how these provisions of the law match up to the Alabama laws that govern firearms? WHAT DO YOU THINK?