The Alaska State Supreme Court has reinstated a rule barring insurers from using “frozen” credit scores in renewal decisions, overturning an appellate court decision.

The case, between the state’s Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development and the Progressive Casualty Insurance Company, involved a rule implemented by the insurance division based on state law barring the use of credit scores as a factor in the renewal decisions or underwriting at renewal.

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