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Rep. Erin Grall. Courtesy of Florida House of Representatives. Rep. Erin Grall. Courtesy of Florida House of Representatives.

The Florida House and Senate will have to work out differences if they want to end Florida’s long-standing no-fault auto insurance system, while the state’s insurance commissioner remains hesitant on the repeal effort.

The House Civil Justice & Property Rights Subcommittee unanimously approved a bill Wednesday (HB 719) that would eliminate no-fault and its requirement that motorists carry personal-injury protection, or PIP, coverage and mandate bodily injury coverage.

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