Noise complaints led to prohibiting late-night fireworks in Michigan
You don't have to look at the calendar to know the 4th of July is at hand. Just open your window and chances are you'll hear folks all over Michigan take advantage of the 2012 fireworks law, the one that allowed larger and louder fireworks to be sold and launched.
But the second year of the new state law may find things a little quieter. A raft of complaints prompted lawmakers to tweak the fireworks law, allowing local governments to ban overnight use of consumer grade fireworks on and around holidays.
Andy Webb, owner of Captain Boom Fireworks in Otsego, joined us today.
Listen to the full interview above.