One of the prime sponsors of last year’s automobileinsurance reforms says he’s now convinced it s a failure and thatthe only way to bring about rate reduction is to abolish NewJersey’s no-fault insurance scheme.

“The 26-year-old no-fault experiment in New Jersey has beena failure and cannot be fixed or repaired,” wrote Sen. JohnAdler, D-Camden, in a letter to the other members of both houses.”It’s time to junk it and start over.”

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