The Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI) yesterday voiced its objection before the Texas Senate Committee on Business and Commerce to SB 72, which would prohibit insurers from using credit-based insurance scores.
In his testimony, Joe Woods, VP state government relations for PCI said using credit information helps consumers, and more drivers likely would see rate increases than decreases if credit information were banned from rate considerations.
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