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215 Ill. Comp. Stat. §§ 170/1 through 170/40: Covering All Kids Health Insurance Act – Illinois
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 2006
The Covering All Kids Health Insurance Act was created to enable all children to access affordable health insurance that offers comprehensive coverage and emphasizes preventive healthcare. The Department shall adopt rules regarding performance standards and …
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27 R.I. Gen. Laws §§ 27-69-1 through 27-69-7: Insurance – Mandated Benefits – Rhode Island
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 2005
The purpose of this chapter is to provide for the availability of health plans that qualify as high deductible health plans which may be purchased for use with a health savings account and all similar …
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72 Pa. Stat. and Cons. Stat. Ann. § 3402a.4. Mandated benefits: Medical Care Savings Account Act – Pennsylvania
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 2005
High deductible plans shall be subject to any provision of law requiring a minimum health insurance benefit or reimbursement. However, nothing shall prohibit or prevent the application of deductibles or copayments for these minimum benefits …
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72 Pa. Stat. and Cons. Stat. Ann. §§ 3402b.1 through 3402b.6: Health Savings Account Act – Pennsylvania
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 2005
It is the intent of the General Assembly to extend special tax provisions to health savings accounts established in this Commonwealth pursuant to section 223 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (Public Law 99-514, …
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A 2142 (see companion bill S 526) – New Jersey
Introduced: 2018    Status: Inactive / Dead    
EXTENDS CERTAIN FEDERAL INCOME TAX ADVANTAGES OF INDIVIDUAL HEALTH SAVINGS ACCOUNTS TO INDIVIDUAL TAXPAYERS UNDER THE NEW JERSEY GROSS INCOME TAX. The bill provides a gross income tax deduction for deposits to, and an exemption …

A 2431 (see companion bill S 1865) – New Jersey
Introduced: 2018    Status: Enacted    
LIMIT PATIENT COST-SHARING AND PROVIDE APPEAL PROCESS CONCERNING CERTAIN PRESCRIPTION DRUG COVERAGE: Requires certain health insurers, under certain policies or contracts that provide coverage for prescription drugs, to place limitations on covered persons’ cost sharing …

A 999 (see companion bill S 3746) – New Jersey
Introduced: 2018    Status: Inactive / Dead    
Restricts certain practices by carriers and pharmacy benefits managers related to medications and drugs. Place certainrequirements on carriers and pharmacy benefits managers in situations in which a covered person’s prescribed medication is switched to a …

Ala. Code §§ 36-29-50 through 36-29-52: State Employees’ Health Insurance Plan — High Deductible Health Plan with a Federally Qualified Health Savings Account – Alabama
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 2013
Statutes authorize the State Employees’ Insurance Board to offer high deductible health plans, as well as health reimbursement arrangements with federally qualified health savings accounts to eligible active and retired state employees and their dependents.
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Alaska Stat. § 21.42.405. High deductible health plan: Specific Coverage Provisions – Alaska
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 2007
A health care insurer that offers, issues, delivers, or renews a health care insurance plan in this state may apply deductible or copayment requirements to health care benefits and services that qualify the health care …
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Ariz. Rev. Stat. § 20-1057.14. Cancer treatment medications; cost sharing; definition: Health Care Services Organizations – Arizona
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 2014
An evidence of coverage that is issued, delivered or renewed by a health care services organization on or after January 1, 2016 and that provides coverage both for cancer treatment medications that are injected or …
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Cal. Ins. Code §§ 10192.1 through 10192.24: Medicare Supplement Policies – California
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 2000
The following standards are applicable to all Medicare supplement policies or certificates advertised, solicited, or issued for delivery on or after January 1, 2001, and with an effective date prior to June 1, 2010. A …
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Colo. Rev. Stat. § 10-16-129. Health Savings Accounts: Health Care Coverage Act – Colorado
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 2004
States that any health plan or carrier that offers insurance coverage may offer a high deductble health plan that would qualify for and may be offered in conjunction with a health savings account.
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Fla. Stat. § 627.413. Contents of Policies, in general; identification: The Insurance Contract – Florida
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 1959
Specifies what insurance policies must contain, including the premium. Allows for the sale of high deductible health plans that meet the federal requirements of a health savings account and offered in conjunction with a heath …
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Fla. Stat. § 627.6425. Renewability of individual coverage: Health Insurance Policies – Florida
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 1996
Establishes that an insurer that provides individual health insurance coverage to an individual shall renew or continue in force such coverage at the option of the individual. Sets forth the circumstances where the an insurer …
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Fla. Stat. § 641.20185. High-deductible contracts for medical savings accounts: Health Maintenance Organization Act – Florida
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 1997
Allows a health maintenance organization to offer high-deductible contracts to employers that establish medical savings accounts.
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Ga. Code Ann. §§ 33-51-1 through 33-51-7: Georgia Affordable HSA Eligible High Deductive Health Plan – Georgia
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 2008
The intent of the chapter is to authorize the Commissioner to establish flexible guidelines for health savings account eligible high deductible plan designs which will be affordable to Georgians and to increase the availability of …
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