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Crist says there will be a special session on no-fault insurance -- stay tuned

Gov. Charlie Crist said Wednesday he "would be in favor of a special session before Oct. 1" but he "doesn't know whether he will call one soon or not" because he intends to first consult with House Speaker Marco Rubio and Senate President Ken Pruitt "and get their wisdom on what the timing should be." He said a special session is not a certainty but "keep posted."

"I favor the continuation of personal injury protection,'' Crist said. "It's important to hospitals. It's important to me.''

Likely included on the agenda will be the expansion of Kidcare, the governor said.

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So which is it, the Headline or the Body? They can't both be right becuase they contradict!

"Crist says there will be a special session on no-fault insurance -- stay tuned"

"He said a special session is not a certainty but "keep posted."

Robert Wallace

No Fault insurance is a rip off and should go away. But uninsured motorist coverage costs a lot more and doesn't make sense because, by Florida law, all motorists are required to have insurance. Why is this insurance necessary if they enforce the law?

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