State Senate in Michigan passes no-helmet law for some motorcycle riders

The Michigan Senate has passed a bill that would make it legal for motorcycle riders aged 21 and older to ride without a helmet. The bill was approved by a vote of 24-14, and will now move forward to the House, which is currently Republican-led and is expected to pass the bill. Governor Rick Snyder has not yet stated whether or not he will sign the bill once it arrives on his desk. There are additional requirements which must be met by the motorcyclists in order to qualify not to…

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