I took passing interest in this story in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel about the Florida Legislature considering whether to extend the state’s no-fault insurance law. I don’t know how you folks in Florida feel about it, but when I lived in Michigan and had no-fault insurance, I hated it. I thought my auto premiums were high when I lived in Arizona, but when I moved to Michigan, they took a big jump, and being in law school, I was trying to watch every penny. Seems like things haven’t changed since I left. Right after I read the Florida story, I just happened to run across this story from the Detroit News about how high Michigan premiums, blamed mainly on the state’s no-fault law, have led many people to scrimp on their coverage.