Lawmakers present auto insurance reform bills

Linda Gallagher, Contributing Writer

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Rep. Lana Theis, of Brighton, chair of the Michigan House of Representative's Insurance Committee, presented a package of bills to constituents in Rep. Triston Cole's district as part of last Friday’s informational seminar in Bellaire. If approved, the bills would bring major changes to Michigan's auto insurance regulations. Michigan currently has the highest auto insurance premiums in the country.

BELLAIRE – Assisted by Rep. Triston Cole (R-Mancelona), Michigan House Representative Lana Theis (R-Brighton), chair of the House's Insurance Committee, presented a package of four House bills to a small group of interested area citizens last Friday at the Area Seniors Activity Center in Bellaire. 

The four bills, introduced to the House early last week, would end Michigan's requirement that all drivers pay for unlimited lifetime health insurance under what is informally known as "no-fault" insurance, Theis said.

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