Press Release posted on August 27, 2013 by John Prosser II
Larry Ruehlen, Staff Writer for HomeTownLife.com reports on the continued debate over Michigan's Auto-No Fault reform in this article, "No Fault Insurance Debate Rages On".  His story, which effectively illuminates both sides of the argument, centered on a panel discussion that was held at Greater Grace Temple in Detroit and was organized by state Rep. Phil Cavanagh, D-Redford Township. The discussion lasted over 2 hours.

The article quoted Melvin "Butch" Hollowell, NAACP general counsel, as saying, "It's not like accidents won't still happen," he said. "They will, but once the $1 million cap is reached and the victim is broke, the costs will be switched over to the Medicare system."