Gov. Rick Snyder has signed laws relaxing Michigan’s restrictions on BB, pellet and paintball guns.
Critics say people change their email addresses or might not see an eviction notice if it ends up in their junk folder.
The bills are backed by the National Rifle Association.
Auto insurance legislation advancing in Michigan’s GOP-controlled Legislature has been changed to require a $100 cut in premiums initially.
The $15.8 billion budget bill sets spending for the state’s schools, universities and community colleges.
A Michigan lawmaker proposed legislation Friday to create a state registry of homeschooled students following the deaths of two Detroit children who were found in a freezer.
While the bills don’t mandate reduced rates, insurers say they would drop in the free market to coincide with unspecified corresponding cost savings.
Michigan would no longer hold elections in February under legislation moving forward in Lansing.
“Given all the events that are happening in Indiana, I thought it would be good to clarify my position,” he said.
Bill sponsor Rep. Al Pscholka says the legislation would help “break the cycle of generational poverty.”