Sen. Hollier on legislature passing no-fault auto insurance reform

LANSING — Sen. Adam Hollier (D–Detroit) has issued the following statement on Senate Bill 1 that would reform the state’s current no-fault auto insurance system. The bill is a compromise between the Legislature and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to provide rate relief for all Michigan motorists. 

“When we voted on auto insurance a few weeks ago, I said I’d support that bill, even though it wasn’t perfect, because it was a step in the right direction. I’m proud of the work put in by the Legislature and the governor to make every successive version of this reform better. Michigan, and especially my constituents, have asked for rate relief, and this bill actually delivers on that. 

“After decades of stalemate on fixing auto insurance, it shows that when we work together as Michiganders — as opposed to using political parties — we can make positive changes for our communities.”

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