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Farmington Hills City Council Issues Resolution Opposing HB 4936
Farmington Hills Resolution Opposition to HB 4936
Published: 11/23/11

Macomb County Auto No-Fault Town Hall Nov. 28
Warren Auto No-Fault Town Hall Nov. 28 (
Published: 11/23/11

State Legislator Office Hours Nov. 18th
Two Michigan state representatives will hold open office hours this week. CPAN members who live in their districts are encouraged to attend and urge their representative to VOTE NO on HB 4936!
Published: 11/15/11

SE Michigan Hospitals Will Lose More Than $100 Million Under Insurance Industry's Auto No-Fault Plan
Southeast Michigan Hospitals Will Lose More Than $100 Million if No-Fault Reforms Pass

Published: 11/08/11

Proposed Changes to Auto No-fault Law Slash Hospital Patient Care Resources
DETROIT — Health care providers in Southeast Michigan are urging lawmakers to put a halt to dangerous legislation that puts accident victims, jobs and taxpayer money at risk, and instead protect the state’s auto no-fault insurance law. Should the Legislature fail to do so, area hospitals and health systems including Beaumont Health System, Royal Oak; Detroit Medical Center; Mount Clemens Regional Medical Center; Oakwood Healthcare Inc., Dearborn; Saint Joseph Mercy Health System, Ann Arbor; and St. John Providence Health System, Warren, will lose tens of millions of dollars that fund patient care and trauma units.
Published: 11/08/11

Veterans Applaud State Lawmakers for Meeting about Care Providers' Opposition to No-Fault Changes
Lawmakers Meet With Veteran Care Providers Opposing No Fault Reform (
Published: 11/04/11