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Connecticut becomes the 16th state to prohibit price optimization, which relies more on consumer buying habits than on risk-based principles. (Photo: Thinkstock)

Connecticut Insurance Commissioner Katharine L. Wade announced last week that the state’s Insurance Department has officially warned property and casualty insurance companies against using a controversial pricing method that relies more on consumer buying habits than sound actuarial and risk-based principles.


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