Florida insurers said today they are waiting to see if Gov. Jeb Bush carries through on a threat to veto a bill revising the state's no-fault auto insurance system.

The Florida Legislature earlier this week passed a no-fault two-year extension bill that contains about $1 million in additional funding to fight personal injury protection fraud and changes what information must be contained in crash reports.

Sam Miller, executive vice president of the Florida Insurance Council, said Gov. Bush may be inclined to make good on his vow to veto the bill for lack of what he considered significant reform and include PIP in a special session that may happen next week.

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