There is a way to lower our ridiculously high auto insurance bills without giving up essential medical coverage. Discriminatory industry practices like redlining are plaguing the residents of metro-Detroit. Jeremy has been one of Lansing’s loudest voices to eliminate non-driving factors that keep our rates high based on a person’s zip code, credit score or education level. He offered a solution by introducing a plan for Michigan to join the 20 other states that have banned a shady insurance industry practice called ‘price optimization,’ which prevents consumers from seeing rewards and discounts to which they might be entitled. He is also working to make it easier for consumers to shop around for automobile and home insurance policies and understanding their rights by requiring the state to make that information more accessible.