LANSING — Today, a bipartisan group of legislators in the House proposed a set of no-fault reforms that would address high auto insurance rates in Michigan while maintaining quality coverage for drivers. In response, House Democratic Leader Sam Singh (D-East Lansing) issued the following statement:

“I’m encouraged to see lawmakers from both sides of the aisle working together to find real solutions to the problem of Michigan’s auto insurance rates, which are the highest in the nation, while still maintaining the highest quality of care in the nation. I look forward to reviewing their ideas on how to bring down insurance costs while maintaining the excellent coverage that Michigan drivers deserve. Their bipartisan effort is a great first step in the conversation towards achieving real reform that Michigan residents have been calling for. As we move forward, it is important that all stakeholders continue to have a voice in this process as we work toward a solution that demonstrably lowers insurance rates for all drivers in Michigan without compromising the quality of their coverage.”