An effort to eliminate the state’s no-fault auto insurance system continues to roll in the House despite arguments that lawsuits and rates will go up.

The House Commerce Committee on Thursday voted 17-7 to support the proposal (HB 771), which is now ready to go to the House floor. The proposal seeks to replace a requirement that motorists carry personal-injury protection, or PIP, insurance coverage — key to the no-fault system — with mandatory bodily injury coverage.

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