Auto insurance dominates discussion with VanderWall
SCOTTVILLE — Auto insurance was the bulk of the discussion during State Sen. Curt VanderWall’s coffee hours Friday morning at Scottville City Hall, but the discussion intensified when the subject turned to abortion.
Roughly half of the time spent Friday was on auto insurance. VanderWall, R-Ludington, in comments before a question-and-answer discussion, said Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is “fully engaged” with reforms to auto insurance.
“It will be a choice. It will give people options. We will see what exactly that brings,” he said. “The last time we did a poll, 85 percent want reforms of auto no-fault or some sort of repeal. We’re feeling pressure as a legislative body and (at) the governor’s office. We’ll see what the final proposal is next week.”
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