Mich. Comp. Laws § 15.563. Public employer contribution to medical benefit plan; limitation on amount; allocation of payments; adjustment of maximum payment: Publicly Funded Health Insurance Contribution Act – Michigan

Status: Enacted
Year Enacted: 2011
Year Amended: 2013
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A public employer that offers or contributes to a medical benefit plan for its employees or elected public officials shall pay no more of the annual costs or illustrative rate and any payments for reimbursement of co-pays, deductibles, or payments into health savings accounts, flexible spending accounts, or similar accounts used for health care costs, than a total amount equal to $5,500.00 times the number of employees and elected public officials with single-person coverage

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