GlassBYTES.com reported, “The Michigan House of Representatives on September 8 introduced House Bill No. 5848, which would require automotive glass companies in Michigan to be registered and regulated by the secretary of state’s office. Failure to comply would result in fines and/or jail time for owners.
Rep. Aaron Miller, the bill’s author, cited a need for more emphasis on safety as a reason for the bill.
“Given the changes in the industry and changes in the importance of the safety qualities of auto glass installation over the years, a case can definitely be made for higher standards in the market in the interest of public safety,” Miller said Monday. “This bill takes a step in that direction.”
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