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Battle lines drawn in debate over reforming Michigan's no-fault auto insurance

  Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson and Macomb County state Rep. Pete Lund briefly debated proposed changes to Michigan's no-fault auto insurance law Sunday morning on Fox 2 Detroit's "Let It Rip" show moderated by Charlie Langton.
  The roughly eight-minute segment barely scratched the surface on what is becoming an increasingly contentious debate.
  Lund and Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder propose to end Michigan's unlimited medical expenses for catastrophic injuries in car crashes, capping them at $1 million. Patterson is on the side of a coalition that wants to keep the benefits uncapped.
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