WTVB: Rogers, fellow reps. introduce bill package to fix what Auto No-Fault Law broke
State Representative Julie Rogers of Kalamazoo along with other lawmakers on Thursday introduced a new package of bills with bipartisan support addressing concerns related to the transparency and accountability in Michigan’s auto no-fault law.
“Last year, while the new auto no-fault law was being championed by some as a great cost-saving measure for consumers, my experience as a practicing physical therapist allowed me to see the harsh reality that was to come,” Rogers said. “Since then, people have lost their health care and some have even died. A number of bills have already been introduced this term that could have saved lives and helped people continue getting the care they need. I am once again calling on my colleagues to help the growing number of catastrophic injury car accident survivors who have lost access to long-term health care because of this law.”
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