Ann Arbor's City Council voted 6-4 Monday night to repeal its controversial crosswalk ordinance. The rule requires drivers to stop if a pedestrian is waiting on the curb to enter a crosswalk.
But it looks like the rule won't change.
The Mayor of Ann Arbor, John Hieftje, says he will veto the repeal before it has a chance to take effect.
He thinks the current law makes things safer for pedestrians.