NU Online News Service, Aug. 17, 2:33 p.m. EDT

SEATTLE–Regulators’ interest in insurers’ use of credit-based insurance scores produced lively reaction from insurance association representatives and a consumer advocate during a committee meeting on property and casualty insurance issues.

On Monday, regulators on the Property and Casualty Insurance Committee at the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ (NAIC) summer meeting here reviewed actions they are taking related to the issue of credit scoring used in underwriting personal lines risks.

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