Governor Snyder's mobile office made a stop at the Moose Jackson Cafe in Iron Mountain Thursday as part of their U.P. tour to speak with citizens.
Snyder's staff sat down one-on-one with residents about any of their state-related concerns. Norway resident Don Ott spoke with staff concerning Michigan's no fault car insurance law.
"It's costing us $147 for two vehicles. We're the only state left in the union, so there's gotta be something wrong with it," said Ott.
Some residents also wanted to know more about Governor Snyder's position on health care.
The staff will catalog concerns and forward them directly to the governor.