Police to close roads around Michigan Capitol ahead of anticipated right-to-work protests
Police say they'll be strictly enforcing rules for public use of Capitol
Several roads in and around the Michigan Capitol are closed as protestors gather to protest right-to-work legislation.
State police say one road on the west side of the Capitol in Lansing will be closed to vehicle and foot traffic on Monday. And on Tuesday, state police say the city of Lansing plans to close several other area roads to vehicle traffic and parking starting at 6 a.m.
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State police say they'll be "strictly enforcing" rules for use of the state Capitol.
Hundreds of chanting, whistle-blowing demonstrators thronged the Capitol last week as bills were introduced and approved hours later.
More protesters are expected on Monday. Even more are expected Tuesday, when the House and Senate may reconcile wording differences.