The state Senate has passed a bill critics say would make it too difficult for girls to get an abortion without their parents' consent.
The Senate approved the legislation Tuesday on a 25-12 vote. Four Democrats joined 21 Republicans to support the bill.
Democratic Governor Jennifer Granholm vetoed a similar measure in 2004.
The legislation would create guidelines for judges to consider when deciding whether it's in the best interest of a minor to have an abortion without her parents' approval.
The bill also would prohibit a judge from granting a parental consent waiver if the girl already has been denied one by another judge.
Supporters say they're concerned waiver petitions are repeatedly filed in the courts until a favorable verdict is given.