For the third year in a row, Detroit has set a six p.m. curfew for minors under age 18 on the night the city has its annual Independence Day fireworks.
The fireworks are scheduled for the evening of June 23rd.
This time, the ACLU of Michigan is objecting to the curfew.
Attorney Michael Steinberg says the curfew is too broad and is likely unconstitutional.
He says the city has a legitimate interest in preventing crime and other incidents at the popular event --