A new study concludes that Michigan’s Medicaid program could spend an additional $30 million during the first year if the state Legislature approves bills to change the state’s 39-year-old no-fault automobile insurance law.
Study: Michigan Medicaid costs could rise by $30 million in first year if no-fault bill is approved
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