Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, as expected, has vetoed a bill that would have let motorcyclists ride without helmets in Michigan.
She announced the veto Friday.
Granholm vetoed a similar bill in 2006.
The latest legislation had some differences from the previous version. But Granholm said her concerns about safety and insurance costs remain the same.
It would take a two-thirds vote of both chambers of the state Legislature to override Granholm’s veto and change Michigan’s mandatory helmet law.
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