Rep. Filler: Rate reduction shows car insurance reforms are working

State Rep. Graham Filler today said a fee reduction announced by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association is a positive indication that drivers across 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 is…

Rep. Allor: Rate reduction shows Michigan’s car insurance reforms are working

MCCA fee will drop even for those continuing unlimited injury coverage State Rep. Sue Allor 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…

Rep. Bellino says MCCA rate reduction shows great progress in fight to fix Michigan’s broken car insurance system

A rate reduction announced today by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association shows recently approved fixes to the state’s broken car insurance system are working, Rep. Joe Bellino said. The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association announced it will charge a $100 per vehicle assessment for the year-long period beginning July 2, 2020 – a 55-percent reduction and…

Rep. Wozniak: MCCA rate reduction result of car insurance reforms

All drivers to see significant, guaranteed savings State Rep. Doug Wozniak, of Shelby Township, today said the fee reduction announced by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association is a positive indication Macomb County drivers will save significant money through the state’s recent car insurance reforms. The MCCA announced it will charge a $100 per vehicle assessment…

Rep. O’Malley applauds MCCA’s decision to reduce rates

Legislator: New measures clearly working to save drivers money on car insurance State Rep. Jack O’Malley, of Lake Ann, today underscored additional savings for Michigan drivers in the near future after the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association revealed dramatically lowered assessments. The MCCA will lower the amount charged per vehicle to $100 for a year-long period…

Rep. Mueller: Legislature’s car insurance reforms are working

State Rep. Mike Mueller today said a fee reduction announced by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) is a sign that local drivers 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 is down from…

Chairman Wentworth responds to MCCA rate reduction

State Rep. Jason Wentworth, chair of the House Select Committee on Reducing Car Insurance Rates, today issued the following statement regarding the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) lowering the annual per-vehicle assessment by 55 percent beginning July 2020: “This is the first real, clear indication of how substantial the no-fault car insurance reforms we approved…

Rep. LaFave: Plan to end deer baiting ban approved by Senate

State Rep. Beau LaFave said a plan he co-sponsored to end the ban on feeding and baiting deer and elk in Michigan was approved today by the Michigan Senate. LaFave said the ban – issued by the Michigan Natural Resources Commission in August 2018 amid concerns about the spread of chronic wasting disease (CWD) –…

Rep. O’Malley announces November office hours

State Rep. Jack O’Malley, of Lake Ann, announced where he will meet with area residents during office hours later this month. “The best part of my job is listening to the input of residents from the ‘Fighting 101st’,” Rep. O’Malley said. “I hope you’ll join me at one of my stops this month and share…

Rep. Markkanen: Rate reduction shows car insurance reforms are working

State Rep. Greg Markkanen today said a fee reduction announced by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association is a positive indication that drivers across the Upper Peninsula 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….

Kahle’s plan to expand acupuncture access heads to governor’s desk

State Rep. Bronna Kahle’s measure to convert the current registration requirement for acupuncturists to licensure was approved by the Michigan Senate with unanimous bipartisan support. Kahle’s bill will require the minimum level of state regulation considered necessary to protect the public and apply the same standards of training and certification used in the 46 states…