Several U.S. Supreme Court justices voiced concern last week about the practicality of an appeals court decision implying that insurers must notify consumers when their credit record results in a higher premium.

At issue is a ruling by the 9th U.S. Court of Appeals in San Francisco that implied insurers must send an adverse-action notice to customers whenever they are not given the best possible rate based on credit scoring.

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