State Rep. Michele Hoitenga will host a tele-town hall meeting Wednesday, March 25 for residents to ask questions about the upcoming change in Michigan’s car insurance system. Hoitenga will be joined by Speaker Pro Tempore and chairman of the Select Committee on Reducing Car Insurance Rates, Jason Wentworth.
“Last summer, I was happy to cast my vote to lower car insurance rates for drivers across the state.” Hoitenga said. “Rep. Wentworth has worked tirelessly on this issue, and I am excited for my constituents to be able to ask questions and learn more about the new law. I encourage everyone to call in and hear about the important changes to our state’s auto insurance system.”
The tele-town hall will begin at 6 p.m. Those wishing to participate may call 1-855-756-7520 Ext. 56024# toll-free.
For more information on the workshop, contact Rep. Hoitenga’s office by phone at (517) 373-1747 or by email at [email protected].
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