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Michigan House Passes Auto Insurance Reform Legislation December 18, 2009

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The Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI) says
the House passed a portion of a bill package which contains what the group calls misguided reforms,
including a prohibition on credit-based insurance scoring.

House members passed this legislation without proper deliberation or debate, despite insurance industry offers to
participate in a workgroup that would allow appropriate consideration of real ways to reduce auto insurance costs in Michigan,
said Ann Weber, PCI vice president in an announcement released by the trade group.

PCI maintains that supporters of the proposed auto insurance reforms have greatly misrepresented several critical facts about Michigans auto insurance marketplace, but lawmakers should be aware of the following:

* And despite the economy, credit scores are staying stable.
* Given that Michigans mandated auto insurance benefits, including the unlimited no-fault injury benefits, are considered the most expensive in the nation, the average price paid by driver in the state is extremely reasonable.
* In fact, personal auto insurers in Michigan suffered a 10-year underwriting loss of 19.2 percent of earned premiums, while their 10-year operating return resulted in a loss of 2.4 percent of premiums.
* Legislation that could drive businesses out of the state would only lead to a further deterioration of Michigans economy.

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Michigans Automobile and Home Insurance Consumer Advocate Melvin Butch Hollowell today joined Michigan House and Senate Democrats to announce the Fair and Affordable Insurance Reform, or FAIR, initiative – a package of insurance reform bills to make auto insurance rates more affordable and insurance companies more accountable.

During her 2009 State of the State address, Gov. Jennifer M. Granholm called on the state legislature to adopt comprehensive auto insurance reform this year.

The keys to achieving this reform are bipartisan support, protection of our excellent No Fault health care coverage, and providing fair and equal treatment to all consumers, no matter where they live, Hollowell said.

For more information, visit http://www.michigan.gov/lowerratesnowMichigan House Passes Auto Insurance Reform Legislation

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Florida, Atlanta & Detroit Latest News December 15, 2009

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South Florida Universitys trainer Jim Leavitt grabbed a player by the throat then struck him two times in the face through halftime of the Bulls Nov. 21 vs. Louisville game, the players father, his school coach and five fellows of USFs football program told FanHouse.

A South Florida deputy said the school will review the affirmation.

‘The South Florida University knew the story and will review the matter promptly,’ said Michael Hoad, vice president for announcement. ‘Were committed to securing due process for everyone involved. To ensure fairness, the university doesnt comment during a review.’

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Olympic Park Area in Atlanta

New York City has Times Square. New Orleans has the French Quarter, and in San Francisco, camera-toting tourists flock to Fishermans Wharf.

Now, city leaders in Atlanta expect to add Centennial Olympic Park Area and the growing roster of museums dotting it to the list of popular urban tourism passage.

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Detroit Lions Vice Chairman Bill Ford Jr. said Monday that his role with the NFL team has taken a back place to his duties as Ford Motor Co. chairman. It may be just as well.

When was in Washington to meet with The President and submit to the Commerce Department a list of recommendations on different ways to recovery the economy developed at a Detroit business top.

The younger Ford did speak out about the Lions after they dropped their third game of the 2008 campaign. Talking to journalists after a Detroit Economic Club meeting, Ford said he was disillusioned in the teams performance and said fans deserve more.

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