Defeat of no fault auto insurance overhaul doesn’t end the debate over high rates

LANSING — A proposal to overhaul Michigan’s no fault auto insurance system may have been delivered a death blow in the state House of Representatives, but it certainly won’t be the end of the discussion.

Lawmakers and Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, who pushed the proposal hard, are saying they’ll be back with more proposals next year that will deliver insurance rate reductions to Michigan drivers.