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Critics: Don't let insurers use credit scores

Commissioner fields complaints about rate-setting plan

By Bruce Mohl
Globe Staff / September 21, 2007

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The state attorney general, consumer groups, and several insurance companies yesterday urged Insurance Commissioner Nonnie S. Burnes to prohibit automobile insurers from using a driver's credit history to directly or indirectly set what he or she pays for coverage. (Full article: 714 words)

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