LANSING, Mich. (AP) - A package of bills that would raise speed limits on some Michigan highways has stalled in the House.
The House was a few votes short of passing the main piece Wednesday, which would have revved up speed limits to 75 mph on 600 miles of rural highways. Leaders stopped the voting.
Rep. Bradford Jacobsen, a Republican from Oxford, says he might drop a provision that would allow the state to consider 80 mph limits on some roads.
The legislation would raise the speed limit to 60 mph on 900 miles of highway.
Jacobsen says police officers have told him that a 75 mph speed limit is safe in some areas because drivers already are traveling at that speed.
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