According to the Associated Press, Michigan's Senate passed legislation Tuesday aimed at cutting the country's highest average auto insurance premiums by eliminating a requirement that drivers buy unlimited medical benefits to cover crash injuries.

No other U.S. state has such a mandate.  Motorists could instead choose among lower levels of personal injury protection, including no coverage if they have other qualifying health insurance.

Thousands of Michiganders have been priced out of driving, and thousands more risk driving without insurance.  Please click on the above link for more information.