This Article classifies most of the public debate about classification as coming from one of two perspectives labeled traditional fair discrimination and antidiscrimination. Proponents of the status quo in classification and its regulation justify that status quo as fair discrimination. They argue that fair discrimination is both desirable and a reflection of a long-standing public policy judgment embodied in state law.
Insurance Classification: Too Important to be Left to the Actuaries,
U. Mich. J. L. Reform
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