Flashpoint Interview: Does Michigan auto insurance legislation reform need reform?

Attempts to tweak legislation stalled

Attempts to tweak auto insurance legislation have stalled out in Lansing -- does no-fault reform need more reform? State Senators Stephanie Chang and Aric Nesbitt join us with their thoughts.

Attempts to tweak auto insurance legislation have stalled out in Lansing -- but does no-fault insurance reform need more reform?

State Senators Stephanie Chang and Aric Nesbitt join us with their thoughts.

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Watch the interview in segment one of the March 20, 2022, episode of Flashpoint in the video player above.


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