Information on Minnesota State Agencies, Boards, Task Forces, and Commissions
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Automobile Liability Study Commission
Also known as:
No-Fault Insurance Study Commission
Active dates:1971 - 1973
The statute creating the Commission charged it with producing recommendations regarding the accident reparations system and drafting a bill to implement those recommendations.
The Commission met monthly during the interim period between legislative sessions to analyze and discuss Minnesota's automobile insurance problems and to develop reform recommendations. During the year of its existence the Commission held public hearings, and received testimony from approximately thirty expert witnesses.
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