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Whitmer says House bill cutting auto insurance rates doesn't meet her standards

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Whitmer says House bill cutting auto insurance rates doesn't meet her standards

Whitmer says House bill cutting auto insurance rates doesn't meet her standards

Michigan Gov.

Gretchen Whitmer said the State House bill that plans to cut auto insurance rates in Michigan meets her standard for state residents.

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