(WXYZ) — The issue of guns in the state capitol is again taking center stage in Lansing.
Months after me carrying rifles protested at the Capitol building, the Michigan Capitol Commission rejected two proposals that would have limited firearms in the facility.
The commission is still continuing to address the controversy, agreeing to meet with the House Speaker and Senate Majority Leader.
Public Relations expert and Vice Chair of the Capital Commission John Truscott is joining us for out 7 UpFront segment to address the ongoing issue.
You can see the full interview in the video player above.