A Senate committee voted 10-0 to ditch the state’s no-fault auto insurance system after more than 40 years, but the clock is quickly running out on a chance to make a big change in 2013.
Senate banking and insurance chairman David Simmons said it may be a good time to take a breath and see what courts decide on a pending challenge to the state’s Personal Injury Protection system. Unless courts resolve the issue with remarkable speed, or there’s sudden appetite for a special session, that likely points to teeing up the issue for 2014.
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