The helmet law repeal bill in Michigan has passed the Michigan Senate by a 24-14 vote. It now goes to the House. Governor Snyder has not said whether he will sign the bill.
Paul Egan/ Detroit News Lansing Bureau
Lansing — A law requiring motorcycle riders in Michigan to wear helmets could be repealed as part of a broader package of auto insurance reform, Gov. Rick Snyder said today.
The Republican-controlled Legislature is considering a repeal of Michigan's helmet law, and bikers recently held a huge rally at the Capitol to push for the change.