Bill would significantly cut Michigan’s high auto premiums

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan drivers would no longer be required to buy unlimited medical insurance to cover serious crash injuries under legislation that high-ranking supporters proposed Tuesday to significantly reduce the country’s most expensive auto premiums.

Michigan is the only state to mandate unlimited benefits. The bill backed by House Speaker Tom Leonard, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and others would let motorists stick with unlimited coverage or instead choose $250,000 or...

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