A legislative panel wants to stop the state insurance office from banning the use of credit scores to set home and auto insurance rates.
A Republican-controlled committee has voted six-to-three to file a notice of objection to the proposed rules, which are set to take effect in July.
The Legislature now has 15 session days to pass a bill rejecting the rules. But the bill is unlikely to get past Jennifer Granholm.
A spokesman says the Democratic governor likely would oppose any attempt to reject the ban since her administration proposed it.
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