S 2131 – New JerseyStatus: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2020
Prohibits offering of health benefit plans in the State that do not meet certain standards; requires Commissioner of Banking and Insurance to take enforcement action against offering of plans not in compliance. Association health plans, short term limited-duration health insurance plans, and other plans that meet the requirements in other states in which they are issued, may not meet the same standards required for health benefits plans offered or sold in New Jersey. This bill prohibits the offering or sale of any plans in this State, including association and short term limited duration health insurance plans, that do not meet the standards required by New Jersey law. Further, the bill requires the commissioner to take all appropriate enforcement action that is within the commissioner’s authority and that is necessary to prevent any entity from offering or issuing for delivery a health benefits plan to a resident of this State or an employer in this State if the health benefits plan is not in compliance with the provisions of the bill.
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