Hollier on auto insurance reform passage in Senate

LANSING, Mich. — Sen. Adam Hollier (D–Detroit) has issued the following statement on the passage of Senate Bill 1, that would reform the state’s no-fault auto insurance law.

“Today I voted in support of progress to reform Michigan’s auto insurance system. While this legislation is not perfect, it’s a step in the right direction. This bill makes redlining illegal and removes gender from being considered when rates are made. It also allows people to choose coverage that is right for them. For too long, Detroit drivers have been paying too much simply because they call Detroit home. It is my hope that this legislation will be the first step of long-awaited relief that motorists deserve, because we can do better when it comes to reducing auto insurance rates.”

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