Wolfram in Lansing State Journal on Auto Insurance

Adjunct scholar says market should guide reform

Gary Wolfram, a Hillsdale College economics professor and adjunct scholar with the Mackinac Center, writes in the Lansing State Journal that Michigan’s auto insurance laws should allow the market to influence the level of coverage drivers prefer to purchase.

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