Insurance groups are attacking a proposed rule in Michigan that would bar use of discretionary clauses in all lines of consumer and personal insurance policies.
The Michigan Office of Financial and Insurance Services will hold a hearing on the proposal Wednesday.
At least 6 groups say they will appear at the hearing, and 3 have submitted written versions of their comments.
Regulators in other states also have been trying to ban or limit use of discretionary clauses.
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California regulators have been trying to ban use of discretionary clauses in disability insurance contracts, and some states already have laws that ban the use of discretionary clauses in health insurance contracts.