LANSING, Mi. (My TV20 News at 10) --- State senators in Lansing are expected to pass tougher new laws for people convicted of drive-by shootings.
The measure has support from Republicans and Democrats. and Governor Snyder is expected to sign the bill when it reaches him.
Someone convicted under the proposed new law - increases the minimum prison time from four to ten years if someone is injured in the shooting. If someone is killed, sentencing would be even longer.
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