A key Florida Senate committee will file a bill to repeal the state’s 42-year-old Personal Injury Protection auto insurance system “for the purpose of opening the discussion and debate,” its chairman said Friday in the wake of a court injunction against the latest overhaul attempt.
“Let’s face it, PIP has turned to poop,” Sen. David Simmons, R-Altamonte Springs and chair of the Senate banking and insurance committee, told The Palm Beach Post. “There’s a time when you say enough is enough. You do what 45 other states have done.”
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