A Study of the Feasibility of No-Fault Automobile Insurance for Texas, PRP 10
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In light of the growing interest in possible no-fault legislation in Texas, the State Board of Insurance through its Chairman, Joe Christie, requested the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs to conduct a study of the feasibility of no-fault automobile insurance for Texas. This study was one of two undertaken during the 1973-74 school year by one of the School's policy research project seminars, a regular organizational component of the School's academic program structured with three or four faculty members and fifteen graduate students. In the instant case, with two major projects to accomplish, the graduate students were organized into two task groups, with six members assigned to the no-fault insurance study vii and nine members to the study of health maintenance organizations.
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