Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed a bill into law designed to lower insurance premiums on May 30, 2019. The bill revises No-Fault auto insurance. It will no longer be required to purchase unlimited medical coverage with your auto policy. Michiganders now have a say in how much coverage they purchase. Read More. . .
When you buy insurance you are not just buying a piece of paper with written promise. When you buy insurance you have just purchased the peace of mind that when a bad situation occurs you will be protected. Read More. . .
Right-to-Work laws prohibit labor unions from requiring members to pay union dues, meaning that any worker can benefit from the terms of a union contract. This can be challenging for workers wanting to organize, also affecting working conditions and agreements with their respected employer. Read More. . .
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