Judge Strikes Down Emergency CLUE Regs

NU Online News Service, August 27, 10:33 a.m. EDT?A California judge has ruled that the state insurance commissioner exceeded his authority when he issued emergency regulations prohibiting insurers from using Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange (CLUE) reports in homeowners insurance underwriting and rating.

Judge Raymond Cadie of the California Superior Court in Sacramento ruled that there was no emergency justifying the regulations and that Commissioner John Garamendi should have used the legislative process to regulate CLUE.

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