From an Associated Press story in The Battle Creek Enquirer:

_The Michigan Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the right of cities to ban the use of firearms and bows and arrows within their limits, even if it interferes with someone’s ability to hunt.

Michael Czymbor had argued that such bans passed by the city of Saginaw in 1999 unfairly kept him from hunting on a 56-acre parcel within the city boundaries where he had hunted in the past. He said the municipal ordinances were pre-empted by the state Department of Natural Resources’ right to regulate hunting.

But in a 4-3 ruling, the court disagreed._

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