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Section 3911.17 | Prohibition against discrimination.


No life insurance company organized or doing business in this state, or an officer or agent thereof, shall violate any law relating to discrimination by demanding or receiving different premiums on the basis of race, by allowing a discount or rebate on the basis of race upon a premium paid or to be paid bypersons who are of the same age, sex, general condition of health, and hope of longevity, by making or requiring a rebate, diminution, or discount from the sum to be paid upon a policy on the basis of race, or by failing to furnish information required under section 3904.10 or 3911.16 of the Revised Code.

This section does not require a life insurance company, or an agent thereof, to take or receive an application for insurance from any person.

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