MID-MICHIGAN (WJRT) - (5/27/19) - It would be illegal to use fireworks on Memorial Day in Michigan after a new state law was passed.
Under the change made last December, fireworks are only allowed 12 days a year. Michiganders were allowed to use them over the Memorial Day weekend on Saturday and Sunday until 11:45 p.m.
But fireworks are against the law on Monday. If police issue someone a citation for using fireworks the fine could be up to $1,000.