Ark. Code § 23-66-316. Advertising by health and accident insurers and prepaid health plans: Miscellaneous Prohibited Practices – Arkansas

Status: Enacted
Year Enacted: 1965
Year Amended: 2005
File: Download

It shall be unlawful for any insurance company or association transacting any health and accident or hospital or surgical insurance or prepaid hospital and surgical or health care plan in this state, in violation of a prior order or regulation of the Insurance Commissioner directed to the company or association, to make, issue, circulate, or place before the public or to cause the making, issuing, circulation, or placing before the public in a newspaper, magazine, or other publication or in the form of a notice, brochure, circular, pamphlet, letter, or poster or by way of any radio or television station or in any other way or manner any advertisement, announcement, or statement with respect to the terms, benefits, premiums, or advantages of the policy or plan unless and until the advertisement, announcement, or statement has been filed with and approved by the commissioner, pursuant to the prior order or regulation, as not being untrue, deceptive, or misleading in any respect.

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