Introduced by Sen. Randy Richardville (R) on June 27, 2008, and fee to levy an assessment on auto insurers of $2 per insured car per year to operate a Michigan Automobile Insurance Fraud and Theft Prevention Authority, which would give the money to law enforcement agencies, prosecutors, and insurance, education, or training associations to support programs designed to reduce the incidence of automobile insurance fraud and theft. This body would replace a State Police Automobile Theft Prevention Authority, which is supported by a $1 per car levy on insurers.
Referred to the Senate Economic Development and Regulatory Reform Committee on June 27, 2008.
1) Stop It! by Anonymous Citizen on July 22, 2008 We don't need any more government! None! No More!
What Part of CUT THE GOVERNMENT and QUIT STEALING OUR MONEY don't you understand. Everything you mental midgets touch gets worse. Everything you change gets more expensive and slower and more inefficient! IT'S NOT YOUR MONEY, it's OUR MONEY!
2) Mr Senior by Anonymous Citizen on July 22, 2008 You MORON in Lansing have got to have your head up your ass for trying to do this don't you think we as the public have had enough of your taxes without representaion are you ready for another TEA party.
3) mountain by Anonymous Citizen on July 4, 2008 Typical of you folks in Lansing. Make a mountain out of a molehill. If you are going to bump the fee a dollar, why not just give it to the MSP? Instead you will end up making it 2 more dollars for a total of 3, let MSP keep the buck, and have some big contributor set up a company that will do a worse job than MSP does.