6.6.2106 UNFAIR DISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF BLINDNESS
(1) Refusing to insure, or refusing to continue to insure, or limiting the amount, extent, or kind of coverage available to an individual, or charging an individual a different rate for the same coverage solely because of blindness or partial blindness, is an act or practice that constitutes unfair discrimination between individuals of the same class, except where the refusal, limitation, or rate differential is based on sound actuarial principles, or is related to actual or reasonably anticipated experience.
History: 33-1-313, MCA; IMP, 33-18-206, 33-18-210, 33-30-306, MCA; NEW, 1978 MAR p. 1614, Eff. 2/1/79; TRANS and AMD, from ARM 6.6.1201, 2009 MAR p. 83, Eff. 1/30/09.