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House Dems Announce Auto Insurance Reforms

May 17, 2019

The House Democratic caucus announced a plan reforming auto insurance rates they say would bring a 40% reduction to Michigan’s high rates. Named the D.R.I.V.E. (Delivering Reduced Insurance Rates and Value to Every Michigander) plan, in addition to reducing rates, it aims to increase consumer protections, and end rate-setting practices such as red-lining. Specifics of […]

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House and Senate Pass No-Fault Reforms

May 10, 2019

Michigan’s current auto insurance system would be drastically changed under legislation passed by the House and Senate this week. Though each chamber voted on their own version of the bill, which includes differences that will need to be negotiated, both versions end the current no-fault auto insurance system as we know it today. The House’s […]

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Legislators Seek to Put the Brakes on No-Fault Insurance

Mar 22, 2019

Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance system would be repealed under an eight-bill package introduced in the House this week. The plan continues the mandate that all Michigan drivers have insurance, but provides more choice and flexibility by eliminating the mandate to buy unlimited medical coverage. By moving to a tort system, accident victims will have the […]

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Lt. Governor Underscores Michigan as a Manufacturing Leader

Oct 12, 2018

On Wednesday, Lt. Governor Brian Calley traveled to Washington D.C. to participate in the Manufacturing USA Congressional Briefing. The briefing, hosted by the House and Senate Manufacturing Caucuses in conjunction with Manufacturing USA and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, focused on securing global leadership in advanced manufacturing, enhancing national security, and accelerating economic growth. […]

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Road Technology: Lay-up Versus 3-point Hook Shot

Jul 11, 2018

With the NBA finals in the rearview mirror, it seemed like a good time to compare shot choice and its impact on the game with driving technology.  A natural comparison, right? Well, players do drive the lane and we do drive on the roads, so, close enough. The issue is about fundamentals versus the exciting […]

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House Passes Additional Road Funding

Feb 23, 2018

This week the House unanimously voted to appropriate an additional $175 million for infrastructure improvements in the current fiscal year. The plan uses money left over from a previous state government budget cycle and is already available, therefore they won’t need to make any budget cuts or increase or add fees to fund the proposal. […]

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No-Fault Insurance Reform Package Introduced

Feb 09, 2018

This week, a bill package was introduced that would reform Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance system. The goal of the package is to bring significant relief to drivers paying the nation’s most expensive insurance premiums. “The effort to reform the state’s current no-fault insurance system has been ongoing for several years and thus far none of […]

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It’s A Wrap: The 2017 Legislative Session By The Numbers

Jan 02, 2018

Sine Die has come and gone in Lansing. As our Michigan lawmakers closed the books on this legislative session, we tallied the numbers to see what was accomplished in the statehouse.

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