Mr. Happy from Westland, has a toothless, nanny government bill he’d like y’all hear about.
State Sen. Glenn Anderson says the 2011 law was a “monumental mistake” and he heard countless complaints after the July 4th holiday. The Westland Democrat’s bill would reinstate Michigan’s ban on commercial-grade fireworks.
In response to complaints, the Legislature last year gave local governments power to restrict the use of fireworks on the day before, during and after a national holiday. But Anderson says municipalities have struggled to do so, and police departments can’t address noise and safety problems.
Because you *think* you can legislate protecting stupid, Glenn?
Be proud of yourselves, Michigan Senate District 6.