Michigan legislature begins last week of term

Michigan legislature begins last week of term (File image: WWMT)

LANSING, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - A number of bills are on the table right now as the Michigan legislature begins the last week of its two year term.

Final votes are expected on legislation that will raise the speed limit to 75 miles per hour on some rural highways.

Lawmakers also are expected to move forward with bills to require schools to consider certain factors before expelling or suspending students.

Other legislation up for voting includes allowing landlords to ban medical marijuana patients from growing or smoking in leased properties.

We will be following the latest developments from Lansing all week.

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