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Report: auto insurers using unfair rating factors

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) A consumer watchdog group says New York's largest auto insurers are using education level and occupation to set rates, charging blue collar workers more for the same policy than college educated professionals.

Andy Morrison, a consumer advocate who worked on the report from the New York Public Interest Research Group, says the practice is unfair to minorities and low-income workers.  Go to full article

Compromise Near on Auto Insurance Fraud Bill

There is some movement at the state capitol toward compromise on a bill to crack down on auto insurance fraud. Karen Dewitt has the story.  Go to full article

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