The state of Michigan has agreed to settle a lawsuit over a restrictive policy on personalized license plates.
A half-million of the plates have been sold since they debuted in 2000, putting the East Lansing school squarely ahead of its rival to the southeast.
“We’re going to put Pure Michigan on the road,” said Secretary of State Ruth Johnson.
The Grand Rapids Police Department has a new tool to help keep an eye on motorists in the city.
Michigan could soon be added to the list of states that offer “Choose Life” license plates as the senate reviews a bill to allow their sale.
Secretary of State Ruth Johnson says motorists will now be able to renew their tabs online all the way up to, and on the day of, their birthday.
The proposed plate, which would require legislative approval, was on display Monday while Johnson was at Hurley Medical Center.