LANSING (WKZO) -- Since the 1930s, it's actually been illegal in Michigan for a driver to have bumper stickers on their car for an organization they don't belong to, but that's about to change. The State House this week unanimously passed a bill to repeal that law, which State Representative Tom Leonard says hasn't been enforced since the 70s.
Leonard says a court decision ruled that law unconstitutional in the late 70s, but it's still not been repealed. Now, it will be, and Michiganders can have Lions, Tigers, Pistons, or any team's bumper sticker without a guilty conscience.
The bill to repeal the old bumper sticker law now goes on to the State Senate.