Orlando, Fla. – The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) is advancing a rule that will protect insurance consumers from discriminatory underwriting practices in the sale of life insurance.

At a recent conference, NAIC’s life insurance and annuities committee unanimously adopted revisions to the Unfair Trade Practices Model Act that would limit an insurer’s ability to refuse life insurance to a consumer due to lawful past travel or, under certain circumstances, lawful future travel.

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