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The Wisconsin Senate dismayed insurance interests yesterday by passing a bill that would ban the use of customer credit records to set an individual’s auto or home insurance rates. The bill now goes to the state Assembly.

Insurance groups said they would continue to battle the measure. The 17-to-15 vote for approval in the Senate was primarily on party lines, with 16 Democrats and one Republican voting for the measure, and 14 Republicans and one Democrats voting against.

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