"Heading into this legislative session, we made it a priority to work with the General Assembly to give our office more authority over car insurance rate filings that impact hardworking Georgia families," Georgia Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner John F. King said in a release. (Credit: John Disney)

The Georgia legislature passed a bill that would give the state's insurance commissioner more oversight on personal auto insurance rates for policies that offer more than the mandatory minimum limits, according to the state's Office of the Commissioner of Insurance and Safety Fire.

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