Massachusetts Attorney General Thomas Reilly joined the State Rating Bureau yesterday in urging state insurance regulators to cut personal auto insurance rates. The AG’s office called for a 10 percent decrease. The State Rating Bureau has suggested a 12.9 percent decrease.
Representatives from the auto insurance industry are seeking a 0.7 percent increase. Insurance Commissioner Linda Ruthardt has until Dec. 15 to decide on rates for next year.
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