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The collapse of the housing market and the severe downturn in the economy could reignite insurance scoring battles in state legislatures and in Congress, according to consumer groups, which expect lawmakers to aggressively take another look at the rating factor in the wake of the subprime mortgage crisis and subsequent credit crunch. With millions seeing their credit standing threatened and many at risk of foreclosure, penalizing them further with higher insurance rates would be unfair, these groups contend.

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