Proposed speed limit changes pass state house

LANSING — Legislation on the way to Governor Rick Snyder’s desk would raise speed limits for certain roads across the state.

A four-bill package narrowly passed by the house Tuesday would raise the maximum speed limit up to 75 mph for over 600 miles of Michigan highways. The legislation would also increase speed limits on roads known as rural trunk line highways to 65 mph.

We will have much more on this story Wednesday night on ABC 10.