Vermont Adopts Credit-Based Insurance Scoring Model Law

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A bill outlining various consumer protections regarding the use of credit-based insurance scores has passed the Vermont House and Senate and has been allowed to become law without the governor’s signature, effective May 28. Vermont was one of a handful …

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