Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm recently created the position of insurance consumer advocate, the Detroit News editorial board writes. "If the new advocate, who has yet to be named, pushes for greater options in auto insurance coverage and informs consumers of price variations among companies that they can use in buying their policies, the office could perform a useful service," the board writes. However, the board also notes that Michigan should reform some of its insurance requirements.

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