A Senate committee voted 10-0 to scrap the state’s no-fault auto insurance system Tuesday, but its chairman said further efforts this session likely depend on what happens in the courts.
“I’ve got it in a posture so we can deal with it and we’re poised to take action in the event that we get further direction from the courts,” said Sen. David Simmons, R-Maitland, chair of the banking and insurance committee. “I think it’s important to wait and see if the court decision is resolved.”
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