Lansing, Michigan - Motorcycle riders for years have pushed for repeal of the state's helmet law and they might finally get the green light.
But whether Gov. Rick Snyder will sign the measure into law or buck the Republican leadership in the Legislature is a matter of speculation.
Snyder last year told Republicans he would consider repealing the helmet requirement only as part of broad reform to Michigan's no-fault auto insurance laws. Republicans jumped the gun Wednesday when the Senate approved a repeal measure the House passed Nov. 2 that's not part of an auto insurance reform package.
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