The Massachusetts Association of Insurance Agents (MAIA) has stopped its efforts to place a question on the next ballot to ban the use of credit scoring, education level and occupation in determining rates for auto insurance. 
The MAIA responded to a request from state lawmakers to table to effort saying that effort would have been too costly and likely long and drawn out.  They admitted that their efforts were better used working with the legislature on a current bill in committee which would effectively ban credit scoring in determining car insurance rates. 
Massachusetts is one of a few states that already has strong barriers against the use of credit scoring and other socio-economic factors.  It does not approve rate filings that use these factors in determining car or homeowners insurance rates.  But this is not Massachusetts law, just regulation, which could be changed by a different administration.  The agents and lawmakers are working together to change convert the regulations into law.