According to the Detroit Free Press, State Senator Glenn Anderson from Westland, is planning to introduce legislation this week that would reverse Michigan's decision to legalize louder, more powerful fireworks. Anderson says the 2011 law was a "monumental mistake" and his bill would reinstate Michigan's ban on commercial-grade fireworks.

Anderson says that he and his wife are fed up with high-powered fireworks in their neighborhood. That means that if the change goes through, your neighborhood might be a little quieter. (Unless your neighbor drives to a different state to bring back those loud fireworks.) To read more about the story, click here. And tell us, what do you think? Should we go back to the ban on the bigger/louder fireworks in the state or are you happy with the new law? Let us know and cast your vote: