After state lawmakers legalized louder, more powerful fireworks in 2011, they began hearing from residents and local officials upset about noise and safety issues.
A local government could impose a maximum fine of $500 for each violation.
The Michigan House has given the thumbs up to a bill that would allow local governments to put some limits on fireworks.
St. Clair Shores is sending a message to the state legislature and Governor: Repeal the state’s new fireworks law.
Local police say there was not a big increase in injuries this year, despite Michigan’s new fireworks law.