We're probably making a bigger deal of things than necessary, but in this day and age, you can never be sure and you can never be too careful. Thus, the Michigan Senate on Tuesday, March 22nd, passed a bill prohibiting the use of red light cameras at intersections in the state.
A new Michigan law has gone into effect allowing school buses to mount cameras on the arm of the bus stop sign. Michigan has a reputation for terrible driving and the only way to combat that is to just record and ticket everyone!
The new camera state law allows school districts to record vehicles driving by buses when the red lights are flashing.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed into law a bill that would allow people convicted for the first time of OWI (Operating While Intoxicated) to be able to clear their record, under certain circumstances.