Rep. VanWoerkom announces November coffee hours

  State Rep. Greg VanWoerkom, of Norton Shores, recently announced where he will be available to meet with Muskegon County residents during scheduled coffee hours later this month. “Listening to the needs and concerns of residents in my district is one of the most important aspects of my job,” Rep. VanWoerkom said. “I hope you…

Rep. Howell: Car insurance reforms produce tangible savings

State Rep. Gary Howell, of North Branch, today said the fee reduction recently announced by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association is a positive indication Michigan drivers will save a significant amount of money through the state’s recent car insurance reforms. The MCCA announced it will charge a $100 per vehicle assessment for the year-long period…

Rep. Calley welcomes winners of summer reading contest to state Capitol

State Rep. Julie Calley welcomed seven students and their families to the Capitol to be junior representatives for a day and experience the life of a Michigan state representative. Local students entered the contest by reading books over the summer, filling out a bookmark with their name and the list of books that they read,…

Rep. Glenn: Honor for Marine from Midland signed into state law

A Marine from Midland who made the ultimate sacrifice for his country will be honored with the renaming of a portion of U.S. 10. Rep. Annette Glenn’s measure to designate the Marine Lance Corporal Steven J. Szymanski Memorial Highway was signed into law by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. The new law will rename the portion of…

Rep. Green: Car insurance fee reduction is ‘good start’ for Michigan drivers

A rate reduction announced by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association will allow drivers to save money on their car insurance while providing choice to maintain top-notch health coverage, Rep. Phil Green said today. The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association announced it will charge a $100 per vehicle assessment for the year-long period beginning July 2, 2020…

Rep. Wakeman: MCCA savings direct results of car insurance reforms

Saginaw County drivers to see significant, guaranteed rate relief State Rep. Rodney Wakeman, of Saginaw Township, today said the fee reduction announced by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association is proof Michigan drivers will save substantial money through the state’s recent car insurance reforms. The MCCA announced it will charge a $100 per vehicle assessment for…

Rep. Leutheuser: Auto insurance costs to decrease

Rep. Eric Leutheuser today said car insurance rate relief is on the way, sparked by historic reforms approved by the Michigan Legislature earlier this year. The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association announced their assessment will be cut in half, from $220 to just $100 per vehicle, beginning in July 2020. The rate is a direct result…

Rep. Miller says MCCA announcement is proof car insurance reforms are working

Legislature’s plan results in 55 percent savings for Michigan drivers State Rep. Aaron Miller today said a fee reduction announced by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) proves local drivers will indeed save money because of the Legislature’s recent car insurance reforms. The MCCA announced Wednesday it will charge a $100 per-vehicle assessment for the…

Rep. Bollin: Michigan’s car insurance reforms are working

MCCA rate reduction first sign of savings from new law State Rep. Ann Bollin today said a fee reduction announced by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association is a positive indication that drivers in Livingston County will save money through the state’s recent car insurance reforms. The MCCA announced it will charge a $100 per vehicle…

Rep. Griffin: Car insurance reforms ‘already paying dividends’

West Michigan drivers to see significant, guaranteed savings State Rep. Beth Griffin, of Mattawan, today said the fee reduction announced by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association is proof Michigan drivers will save significant money through the state’s recent car insurance reforms. The MCCA announced it will charge a $100 per vehicle assessment for the year-long…

Rep. Cole: Michigan’s car insurance reforms are working

State Rep. Triston Cole today said a fee reduction announced by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association is a positive indication that drivers in Northern Michigan will save money through the state’s recent car insurance reforms. The MCCA announced it will charge a $100 per vehicle assessment for the year-long period beginning July 2, 2020. That…

Rep. Lightner: No-fault reform already delivering results for Michigan drivers

State Rep. Sarah Lightner, of Springport, today said the fee reduction announced by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association is the first indication Michigan drivers will save a significant amount of money through the state’s recent car insurance reforms. The MCCA announced it will charge a $100 per vehicle assessment for the year-long period beginning July…

Rep. Berman: Signed car insurance reforms kicking into gear with MCCA rate reduction

State Rep. Ryan Berman, of Commerce Township, today welcomed the announcement of additional savings for drivers throughout the state after the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) revealed new assessment amounts that dramatically slash costs. The MCCA will lower the amount charged per vehicle to $100 for a year-long period beginning July 2, 2020 through June…