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Anti-abortion license plate bill still hasn’t been sent to Gov. Snyder for his signature. Why?

It’s been almost two weeks since the Legislature approved a state license plate in order for an anti-abortion group to fundraise off it, but the legislation still hasn’t been put in front of Governor Rick Snyder for his signature.

The Michigan Constitution says a governor has two weeks to sign or veto a bill once it’s adopted by the Legislature and placed before him. But there is no timeline for when the Legislature, once it’s approved a bill, has to actually send it to the governor.

Which brings is to the “choose life” license plate. The plate would raise money for the anti-abortion group Right to Life of Michigan. Specialty license plates aren’t unusual in Michigan. We’ve got them right now for public universities, the Red Cross, the Boy Scouts, and other…

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