(CBS DETROIT) – Michigan’s Legislature is now looking toward Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to sign a few bills into law.

Including bills to expunge the records of first-time DUI offenders and certain juvenile offenses.

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The bills are a part of an initiative Whitmer signed back in October to expand expungement in the state.

Michigan senate also passed a few bills to allow college athletes to receive payments from endorsement deals.

If approved athletes could start earning money in 2023.

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