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Credit scoring supporters and detractors were making their arguments at a hearing today before the National Association of Insurance.

The session was held jointly by the NAIC Property-Casualty Committee and the Market Regulation and Consumer Affairs Committee in Crystal City, Va.

The NAIC Executive Committee authorized the two committees to go ahead with the hearing at the NAIC Spring Meeting last month in San Diego.

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State has denied auto insurance rate increases for seven companies that considered drivers’ credit histories to determine their premiums, even as the practice awaits a ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court.

State insurance Commissioner Ken Ross said the rate denials will send a message that credit scoring unfairly discriminates against motorists and that it allows insurers to inflate the cost of auto insurance.

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State has denied auto insurance rate increases for seven companies that considered drivers’ credit histories to determine their premiums, even as the practice awaits a ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court.

State insurance Commissioner Ken Ross said the rate denials will send a message that credit scoring unfairly discriminates against motorists and that it allows insurers to inflate the cost of auto insurance.

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State has denied auto insurance rate increases for seven companies that considered drivers’ credit histories to determine their premiums, even as the practice awaits a ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court.

State insurance Commissioner Ken Ross said the rate denials will send a message that credit scoring unfairly discriminates against motorists and that it allows insurers to inflate the cost of auto insurance.

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State has denied auto insurance rate increases for seven companies that considered drivers’ credit histories to determine their premiums, even as the practice awaits a ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court.

State insurance Commissioner Ken Ross said the rate denials will send a message that credit scoring unfairly discriminates against motorists and that it allows insurers to inflate the cost of auto insurance.

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State has denied auto insurance rate increases for seven companies that considered drivers’ credit histories to determine their premiums, even as the practice awaits a ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court.

State insurance Commissioner Ken Ross said the rate denials will send a message that credit scoring unfairly discriminates against motorists and that it allows insurers to inflate the cost of auto insurance.

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State has denied auto insurance rate increases for seven companies that considered drivers’ credit histories to determine their premiums, even as the practice awaits a ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court.

State insurance Commissioner Ken Ross said the rate denials will send a message that credit scoring unfairly discriminates against motorists and that it allows insurers to inflate the cost of auto insurance.

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State has denied auto insurance rate increases for seven companies that considered drivers’ credit histories to determine their premiums, even as the practice awaits a ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court.

State insurance Commissioner Ken Ross said the rate denials will send a message that credit scoring unfairly discriminates against motorists and that it allows insurers to inflate the cost of auto insurance.

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State has denied auto insurance rate increases for seven companies that considered drivers’ credit histories to determine their premiums, even as the practice awaits a ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court.

State insurance Commissioner Ken Ross said the rate denials will send a message that credit scoring unfairly discriminates against motorists and that it allows insurers to inflate the cost of auto insurance.

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State has denied auto insurance rate increases for seven companies that considered drivers’ credit histories to determine their premiums, even as the practice awaits a ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court.

State insurance Commissioner Ken Ross said the rate denials will send a message that credit scoring unfairly discriminates against motorists and that it allows insurers to inflate the cost of auto insurance.

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