A major development today on the 30 year attempt to reduce no fault car insurance rates.
The GOP speaker could have confronted the governor and jammed a no fault car insurance plan through the house sending it to her to be vetoed.
Instead there are meaningful negotiations going on as GOP leaders continue to talk with the governor.
The republican leaders report that the governor has put some concrete offers on the table.
Senate and House republicans appear to have put politics aside so they and the Democratic governor can engage in real negotiations.
The governor who has been threatening to veto the original GOP plan is now, according to the GOP leaders, saying lets make a deal.
Continued talks may not seem like much for weary drivers who demand rate relief, but for the first time in over 30 years a governor and lawmakers are inching toward a deal.