Michigan's Mackinac Center for Public Policy publicly called out legislators in the Michigan House to pass House Bill 5013, meant to reform auto insurance rates.

They didn't. In fact, the ink on Mackinac's press release was barely dry, and the House rejected the measure.

So now what?

Mackinac Center's MIchael Van Beek hopes a new proposal will emerge, rather than the advancement of a competing proposal in Lansing now. Click the player above to hear him explain why.

 

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