On the first anniversary of the Michigan State University shooting, comprehensive new gun regulations come into effect in Michigan.

The state of Michigan has introduced sweeping gun safety measures including background checks for all gun purchases, secure storage rules, and red flag laws in response to the mass shooting at Michigan State University a year prior. These changes, which coincide with the tragic event's anniversary, underscore the state's efforts to combat gun violence following a heightened push for reform propelled by the MSU and 2021 Oxford High School shootings.