On July 17, 2017, a Michigan couple seeking to provide kinship care to their grandson sued the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (MDHHS) to challenge a child welfare policy that will not allow a child to be placed in a home with firearms unless safe-storage requirements are met. MDHHS classifies guns as “hazardous materials” that must be stored securely and out of reach of foster and adoptive children. Any firearms in the home must be registered; stored in a locked place; the ammunition must be separately stored in a locked place; and the trigger must be locked . . .