Some Republican lawmakers in Michigan are looking to scrap the state's no-fault auto insurance.
A new package of bills would make the state a full-tort or at fault system.
Full-tort means crash damage is covered with a deductible. It also lets anyone injured in a crash sue for pain and suffering.
At fault requires police to assign a percentage of fault to all drivers in a crash.
An auto law attorney says the change will drop insurance rates.
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