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Credit-scoring.JPGIn case you missed the news during the New Year’s holiday, the Federal Trade Commission subpoenaed nine carriers that control 60 percent of the U.S. homeowners insurance market, as part of a probe into how they use credit scores to set premium rates. I doubt they will find any intentional discrimination going on, but will that be enough to keep Uncle Sam from restricting or even banning the practice outright?

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