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One more year on the road for no-fault auto insurance?

Chairman Rep. Bryan Nelson, R-Apopka, guides an Insurance & Banking Subcommittee meeting. Photo Credit: Mark Foley, Florida House of Representatives

As calls for tackling Florida’s personal injury protection (PIP) program grow louder one influential lawmaker has made clear he doesn’t want to scrap the long standing system that pays $10,000 in health care costs regardless of which driver is at fault.

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